> Users can insert garbage like font tags, >set different link colors on different pages, insert tables for >presentation purposes whenever they decide... Yes, I can envisage being called up to rescue some nightmares created by overly creative clients. One saving grace is the ability to limit the sections that are editable i suppose. >I'd keep looking if you care about the quality of the markup, validity >of the generated code, separation of concerns or even just the >consistency of the design. Also agree but I have looked extensively at CMS in the price range (<=£1000) and none of them offer nearly as elegant front ends. In fact usability tests with the client themself on a few CMS demo sites proved that they simply couldnt even use most of form based CMSs (stupid mistakes like double clicking submits and using back button confusing them) so Im thinking that although I wouldnt like to see <font> tags appearing everywhere at least they could USE this program.