I just formatted my hard drive and had to reinstall everything and as I was going through programs that I normaly use I debated whether or not to install them again. One of those was FrontPage 2000. A 7 year old version of Microsoft's mediocre HTML design software. I couldn't find the CD at first so I had to go an entire day without it. Was it hard? Yes! Here's why... The programs loads in about 2 seconds. Any text copied from it is automatically copied as HTML, which is super convenient for quick text editing, spell checking, etc when setting up small pages. Design-wise it's not really the best but I use notepad anyway for designing. I own a full licensed version of Dreamweaver CS3 and to be honest I haven't used it since buying it (It came with my CS3 Design Suite). I have never liked Dreamweaver. It makes crazy CSS and is hard to clean up after. It makes a big mess out of my pages. At least with FrontPage nothing is automated. Everything stays how it should after I put it in and I can truly use it as a testing editor for all the pages I make in NotePad. Anyway, I found the CD just a few minutes ago and installed it. It already feels good to have it back. I haven't even used the new versions since 2000 but I doubt I would like them. I like programs that open quickly and don't have tons of options that I don't want. I hardcode most of my code so why would I want a button to create it? It just goofs things up.