Originally Posted by ctrlstudio
Be aware that's not something like you can convince or not people about. As soon as I saw the limitation of 800x600 I did not even bothered to follow the product page link, as many others here probably.
Well that's a bit of a shame and passed/missed opportunity...despite the resolution limitation there are barely functional limitations so it will allow you to truly explore the software's functionality and possibilities.
Why is 800x600 such a huge issue that you wouldn't even bother visiting the website?
I understand you're using this as a kind of superlative to make clear how bad you consider this particular limitation, but it's not really an argument or constructive, isn't it?
Personally I feel it's because people want to use high res output in some kind of semi-professional/commercial way. These are gray areas, but it could also mean that these limitations won't allow a person to seriously convince his TD to use this software in a project and thus it is in their best interest.
So in the end it's best to let them do their say about this and not me.
I will communicate this with them, because I bet they are really interested to hear what the true problem is with this limitation.