I hear what you're saying, and we do pay close attention to what our clients want for new features and functionality. However, knowing what we want and need to do is one thing, marshaling the resources to actually implement it is quite another. Our Development team has their hands full keeping pace with our growth and otherwise working on the new Admin interface, which is the prerequisite milestone that we must complete before any major new features can be introduced.
It may simply be that you have outgrown E-junkie, so we are no longer the right tool for your particular job. We can't be everything to everyone, so we don't try to be. We are deliberately positioned as a simple, basic tool to meet simple, basic needs -- something that do-it-yourself'ers can set up on their own Web sites quickly, easily, and cheaply to meet the most common, essential e-commerce needs with a minimum of technical complication.
There are plenty of competing, full-featured, off-the-shelf e-commerce software packages you could install on your server that would probably meet your needs with little or no modification. We could never compete with them on features, but they cannot compete with our simplicity, cost, reliability, and ease of use. They have their market niche, and we have ours. There's no sense in faulting VW for building a Bug that can't compete with a Lexus or Jeep for luxury or utility; they are entirely different products meeting different needs that don't really compete directly at all, just as we are vis-a-vis other e-commerce solutions.