A bit off-topic, but a nice hint for the weekend (and the geeks out there): I am currently playing around with a little Windows program for a client of ours and have started to code around with RealBasic. Despite the fact that coding stays coding and you can NOT create complex tools with a few clicks, that development environment caught my attention because it generates graphical interfaces for Mac, Windows and Linux out of one installation.
If you are not into coding, just leave this post and go to buy some new music uploads on tradebit
For the coders reading: RealBasic offers a nice 30 days trial and there are a bazillion sites out on the net, which help you to find your start with that language. I do not have time to create a Tradebit client (aka. tbtunes) with that software, but it would be the right choice!
The idea of this IDE is to create GUI driven programs for all major platforms and it comes with a solid documentation and a solid set of elements. It is fully event driven and the language looks like a object-oriented BASIC (which it is) and some people formerly using VB.net are shifting over.
I found a nice link list with all the details you need if that triggered your attention.