They will, but it will probably be in the form of a product announcement saying it is now ready for download as an alpha test version (sneaky peek)... Omni doesn't believe in revealing their development plans until they have something concrete to show, and even when they have that, predictions of exact ship dates are hard to get (until the version string gets the magic "rc"). To paraphrase a posting elsewhere from one of the Omni staff, "we decide on a bunch of features we want to include, then work on them until we are satisfied." It's possible that they lose some customers by not being able to accurately predict when that process will complete, but I would rather use something that was shipped when its creators thought it was ready, not something that was shipped because someone made what turned out to be a promise that couldn't be met without sacrificing quality and/or content. Microsoft, Apple, Adobe, etc. may have to operate that way, but Omni doesn't, and coupling that freedom with their willingness to listen to the customer base, I think we get better products as a result.