dstrange, thanks for your input because that's exactly how I feel too. Apart from not getting new features, the biggest show stopper is the lack of a non-flash interface usable on various devices. I understand they had staffing issues, lack of resources, etc., and so maybe could not respond to market demands on features, but when a company cannot turn around to make their site actually usable on a whole lot of devices, and promising for years , I start to feel that its time to move on. This along with lack of new features is starting to make ejunkies look risky to me. As stated by dstrange, would certainly think twice before recommending it to anyone.
I like ejunkies a lot and have been with them for years which is why I feel sad as I write this. We are constantly looking for alternatives now and I am sure it is only a matter of time before we make the jump. If any one has any good suggestions on alternatives, please let me know. And I don't think this is unfair to ejunkies as we would gladly stay if their system could actually be used on devices or had the basic features you expect from a modern shopping cart (such as providing a simple PDF receipt for each transaction with the details of products purchased so we don't have to do this manually for each customer!). It's not too much to ask I am sure.