No spot Denny, but I know Brad will consider what his users want, within reason.
I know that he will, Fred. I think that at this point the thing I'm having the most trouble with is that Beersmith seems to rigid about making you do stuff its way. Maybe that means I haven't looked at Beersmith enough, which I freely admit. But ya know, I don't wanna choose a mash profile from a list. I don't want to have to deal with equipment profiles. I want it to be more free form. It's entirely possible that it can work like that and I haven't figured it out yet, which is why I keep going back to Beersmith and working with it. I also have to figure out how to get it to give me the same results as Promash in terms of gravity, IBUs, volumes and stuff like that so I can can work on recipes that I've used before and have them give me the same results. I'm not in any way dissing Beersmith. I just need more time and experience with it. Until I can get that, I'll stay with Promash or use both at once so I can see what the differences are and how to deal with them.
Same for me. I don't know the purpose of a set mash schedule or why I need to input my system's equipment. I haven't spent enough time on it yet to see why and how it all works. I wanted to record the mash schedule on my last brew and gave up after several minutes, adding it to the "notes" section.
I'll figure it out eventually, but like Denny, I liked the simplicity of Promash just fine.