Update on iTrain Software
I downloaded the trial version and was so impressed with it for my needs decided to purchase it.
As soon as it connected to the ECoS via my ethernet network (Powerline units working through the house mains wiring) the loco data was downloaded automatically into the program and although I only have a test track connected was able to select and control a loco with the scroll wheel on the Mac Mighty Mouse straight away - no other setting up required.
Within 2 hours of paying I received the licence key with a note which read
"It is still a time limited license, because I first want to be sure that you are satisfied and don't claim your money back (we don't have a money back guarantee, but in some cases your credit card company can book it back). You will receive an unlimited license after some time and surely before this one expires."
That in my book is someone who deserves support as he considers the customer.
The software obviously has had a lot of thought and effort put into it and is straight forward to use. The 42 page manual is well written and presented and so far I have not found anything that is not covered.
I have already been in touch with the author this afternoon with a suggestion and had a reply in under 5 hours saying he had made the addition. OK it wasn't anything major but is still good service.