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by Joe Gillespie — Dec 1, 1999

This is where I'm supposed to say that I've come to a conclusion, right? Well, I wish I could, but I can't.

Quikstore comes close, especially when you consider value for money and a comparison against other products in its price range, but for my needs, it's not quite there yet. Maybe once the Web-based interface is finally ready, I'll change my tune.

In the meantime, though, I'm still on the lookout for that elusive 'perfect' cart. And, without taking out a second mortgage on my house to pay for it, I'm not convinced that I'll find it anytime soon. (If you'd care to prove me wrong, however, I'm all ears.)

Terry Kluytmans is the owner of Stairway to Webbin', a Web design company located just outside Victoria, BC, Canada. She also publishes KIDiddles, an online resource for parents and educators devoted to the topic of childrens' music.

Editor's note: In evaluating the software mentioned here, Terry's comments are based on her particular set of requirements. Yours may be different!

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