I've played with many of the commercial content management systems (CMSs) currently
on the market, and many have certain qualities or features in common. There is one
thing, however, that they all have in common: They are all overpriced.
Yes, they have hundreds of features. The fact is that when most Webmasters implement
a CMS, they usually don't even come close to using half of the features provided by the
CMS. Yes, a few Web sites are exceptions, but most don't need all the features and,
unfortunately, they don't have anything available as a substitute, or so they believe.