I'd sure hate to think is room is bugged, you know, and that they might be listening to us because I just got done reading this and said "wow, I can't believe Jon said that. But it is so true!" Hasn't anybody else wondered the same thing? Is not having an essentially free-run time InfoPath only bound to help its adoption rate in the long-run?
My employer recently bought Office 2003 because InfoPath "looked cool"... Needless to say he was disapointed after finding no way to actually get data into it without everyone else buying the damn thing. (did he miss something?)
It seems like that kind of software has a huge market, but it would need to be at least free on the data entry side to be at all usefull.