I've been a big fan of Borland's development tools for years. In fact if it hadn't been for Borland C++/Turbo C++ I might have never got into Windows programming. I still use C++Builder to take the pain out of adding GUIs to applications. I read this week that Borland are spinning off the development tools as a separate company, CodeGear. I must have taken my eye off the ball, as I thought they had changed their company name to Inprise, but it seems they're back as Borland again, and CodeGear will be the developer brand.