I love SQL compare - but we need the SDK back...I used it in 1 company to compare our release code to 200 servers (casino memberships) to ensure all code had been deployed correctly
sadly Redgate's sales team tell me it's not for sale anymore.. it's a tool I could really use (particularly when evil developers put something on live and don't check it in to source control)
the user interface is way too slow at the minute as databases are getting bigger and bigger (more objects) and the comparison times get longer and longer.
I've used SQL compare since maybe 2005, so I guess i'm a committed user. and I love the fact that we can compare a database to a backup file (only if you are using Redgate backup), but it does feel like there are more and more limitations every time Microsoft put out a release and Redgate have to keep up. 🙁