Honestly, I would give Things a 4.5 rating, but since that’s not possible, I went with a 5.0 because for the most part, it has everything you need for lists. Things has helped get my work and life checklists together so that I can utilize my time as productively as possible. It’s simplicity is helpful in getting set up when you first start using the app. And then once you’ve gotten a feel for how you want to organize everything, you can begin using more of it’s more advanced features. I’ve been raving about it so much over the past few months that my boss even downloaded it so that he can start using it. If you make the most of the app, it’ll definitely help with projects and tasks, whether it’s for work or general life things. But again, it’s only going to be helpful if you continuously use it. There are a couple of things that I do wish the app had available. For example, similar to tags, I wish there was an option to color code to-do’s, as well as a way to select projects to show up in a master list (i.e. for the Today list, I would like to be able to select certain projects to be listed rather than everything tagged for Today as I have both personal and work things that I’d like to keep separate), and lastly the ability to send a project to another person with the app so that it will show up as a project not a plain text file. I also wish that the “Someday” option wasn’t part of the “When” feature and more on the “Due” feature. For ongoing projects, I like the idea of a “Someday” due date, but I’d like it to show up in my “Today” list as well. Otherwise, I don’t remember to work on it during free time. But as a whole, the program has excellent features that can be utilized when creating a new area or project, but depending on your personal preferences, it may or may not have the specific add-ons that you would like. While I do think there’s room for improvement, as a basic “To Do” list, it has everything you need to get going.