Gentlemen, set phasers on "grumpy rant".
I've been using Quicken since around 1995ish.
For the first time since my finances got complicated (10 years?) the "one step update" now smoothly updates all my accounts, downloading entries from all my various financial institutions. (Well, almost. My low-tech mortgage company doesn't offer the ability to download updates. Why should they? They're too big to fail.)
All it took was spending an entire afternoon calling each and every institution's support number to find out what was wrong and how to fix it.
Truly the mark of high quality software.
I tried Mint.com and it does all the updates for me. Sadly, it doesn't do the things I currently do with Quicken. Now that Intuit (the maker of Quicken) has bought Mint.com, let's see how quickly they can fuck it up. No offense, Intuit, but the history of the software industry is rife with stories of mergers that sink both the buyer and buyee.