I wish Melih answered last posts of this thread, please.
I sent a PM to Melih some months ago, outlining these concepts. He replied promptly thanking me for my input, which is more than most other CEOs would ever really do; we all know that with most companies the CEOs are very rarely in direct contact with the end users of their products or services.
Melih is very down to earth and understands how important it is to listen to people, he has proven this by logging in here and talking to us directly. This is one of the main reasons why Comodo is my favorite software developer. A lot of other CEOs could learn a thing or two from Melih.
I have worked for a few big companies in the past in a project leader position, and have seen first hand how isolated sometimes the decision makers can be. It is often not their fault, it's just the way the corporate environment is structured. I don't profess to know the ins and outs that define company policies and decision making, Melih is in the thick of it and knows better.
I just hope that he assigns better priority to CTM. Alongside CIS this could be the product that could define Comodo's future legacy in the eyes of countless end-users worldwide - provided of course that the new version is rock-solid with a wide variety of hardware/software configurations out there. We don't want a repetition of the problems many users have faced with previous versions; that's why assigning more human resources and manhours to its development is absolutely crucial.
In the future I envision CTM and CIS being pre-installed on many brand new PCs, so many more new users worldwide can be safer and learn first-hand what Comodo products can do for them. The programs could even include configuration wizards which would enable even novice users to configure them properly, explaining everything in a language that beginners could understand. Imagine for example if the likes of Dell (and other large computer manufacturers) had such Comodo products pre-installed, instead of the likes of McAfee/Symantec etc. It would be hard for Comodo to break into this specific market, but it would certainly not be impossible.