VistaDB - hands up if you use it or think it's a good idea

Just wanted to get an idea of how many people might use VistaDB and whether we should consider a database library in the RapidDB system for VistaDB?  Let me know if you are using it already or are planning to use it in the future.  Normally getting a database into RapidDB takes around 2 days of work, if the database system doesn't have significant exceptions to the norm (such as Oracle).  Oh, and of course, I get a free copy of the system for developing the layer if I include the following press release ....

Press release from VistaDB guys:

VistaDB 2.1 database for .NET has been released
This 2.1 update includes over 60 improvements, including new support for .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005. VistaDB is a small-footprint, embedded SQL database alternative to Jet/Access, MSDE and SQL Server Express 2005 that enables developers to build .NET 1.1 and .NET 2.0 applications. Features SQL-92 support, small 500KB embedded footprint, free 2-User VistaDB Server for remote TCP/IP data access, royalty free distribution for both embedded and server, Copy 'n Go! deployment, managed ADO.NET Provider, data management and data migration tools. Free trial is available for download.
- Learn more about VistaDB
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