Well, I was hesitant about buying it the first time around, then it got to the point that no one was carrying it. So I'm glad to see that they are planning to make major improvements after some not-so-great reviews I've read. I can hardly wait, but I agree with wyrmaster. I sent an e-mail to Eovia about if they would do something like the Pro Pack that Curious Labs did, and the guy gave a positive response. So keep your finger's crossed.
This was the first peice of 3D software I bought, I was very dismayed when I found out I'd bought what soon became an ophaned package. Very glad it's got a new home, but would really like to see some better features in the modeling rooms, like better ways of drawing top,front, side veiws and then merging them into a 3D model. I mean, it was labeled as a complete solution, why should I need to buy a drawing program with vector capabilities just to make the models I need? Stuff like this urks me more then anything else about 3D programs, you end up having to buy all kinds of other programs just to make it truely usable.
Im real glad to see Carrara make it's return. It seems that Carrara has a new home, and hopefully responceable people to help the program along.. It can only get better folks.. As the Meta-Morons don't seem to be worth a damn anymore. :) Peace ~Blacksteel.
Right-on! I'm terribly overjoyed. In my opinion this is the best thing that could've happened. First of all it's being headed by people that know and love the product. Secondly, they'll be working with another established and great 3D company. Thirdly, Adobe's not gonna get their grubby paws all over it! (I hate Adobe as much as I hate Microsoft! but that's another story, eh) Say, can Carrara users expect somekinda price cut or upgrade price for Amapi? I'm crossing my fingers, I'd love to be able to afford the full version.