The text editors on IPBDion™ have none of the bugs of forumotion's text editors. Well, one -- the table generator in the compose editor is screwed up beyond repair, so I left it alone.
The multi-quote feature was a good idea but not well implemented. Among other things, it floods your browser with cookies and will cause some strange conflicts when the browser cookie limit is reached. For example, I have seen reports of people being logged off without explanation. One possible explanation is that they were using the multi-quote feature, and a multi-quote cookie overwrote the login cookie when the browser cookie limit was reached! The DionFM™ Quick Reply has all the benefits of forumotion's multi-quote feature with none of its bugs.
Back to your post. forumotion's track record is that they are much more interested in adding new features than in fixing problems. For example, having a good internal search engine is important, in some cases critical, to the success of many forums. I would be ashamed if the best I could offer my customers in 2011 is the same (poor) phpBB2 search engine that has been here since forumotion/forumactif started in 2004. The new Traffic Exchange "feature" demonstrates that someone at eToxic knows MySQL...how about using that knowledge to improve the search engine?