Turbo Tax's DRM stunt also got me to switch - in my case to Tax Cut (now called H&R Block At Home). It moved easily with me from Windows to OSX, and for the last few years it's pretty simple to type "H&R Block coupon" into Google, follow a link, and download the software I need for ~30% off their list price. It's been able to handle both our taxes and those of the grandparents we were responsible for, even as our needs have grown to now include a home business, various types of stock transactions including foreign stock, etc., plus inheritance and estate issues when we filed those final returns, too.
To the original submitter: if you live in Texas, and you only took an hour and a half to do your taxes, you did it wrong. Texans can claim a sales tax deduction because we don't pay a state income tax. The IRS provides a table you can use to guesstimate your sales tax paid, but the amount they give is a lowball, especially for people who have discretionary income to buy luxury goods like technology items - the kind of people who frequent Slashdot. It only takes a few hours of TV watching to enter all my receipts into a spreadsheet to sum them up, and last year I paid ~$2000 more in sales tax than the table would have suggested.* That translates directly into a ~$600 tax break for a few hours work. Unless you make or grow all your own food, and don't buy new laptops and phones and game systems, y'all other Texans should have been saving receipts and saving money.
* Not including taxes on a car, of course, since those can be added onto the table amount anyway.