I didn't mean to imply to anyone that I was not happy to receive advice.
I am generally very good at exploring the dark corners of software, tough.
Like my natural ability to write bland, bureaucratic prose,
it's not necessarily a good talent to have.
I do not think it's interesting that so much has been written
about OmniFocus. Dini's book, for example, set a high water mark
for appalling levels of organization with me.
I am playing around with a radically simplified OmniFocus,
as well as Reminders and Wunderlist. No clear favorite yet.
I generally never have or make the time to read anything that provides me that much information on any software. I like your phrase "appalling levels of organization"--if I had to weed through that with any tool, I'd dropkick it into the next hemisphere in about 3 minutes!