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I don't think it is really a matter of eye candy. Even though I am considering using OF again, I have always thought of it as a "truck" in the world of GTD/todo aps: a little work to start, takes some time to stop, lots of stuff on the dashboard. It's well thought out for what it is, but it's hard to praise it for flexibility or elegance. Things has its issues, but it has a simpler interface that is faster to learn and faster to use. IMHO, OF is over-engineered, a victim of creeping featurism. I wish it were not so.