>> Is it just me?
>> I do NOT understand the upgrade pricing.
>> The price list I have says
>> Trade-In: All versions of SCO OpenServer prior to Release 5.0.6 or any
>> release of SCO Open Desktop, SCO UNIX, or SCO XENIX require a Trade-In
>> license to bring the system current with SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7.
>> When using a Trade-In license to bring the system current with SCO
>> OpenServer Release 5.0.7 from any previous SCO Operating System listed
>> above, a Fresh installation is required. A Fresh installation and new
>> license is also required when upgrading SCO Merge 5.1 to NeTraverse Merg
>> e 5.3 on SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7.
>> Inter-Edition Trade-In: Customers wishing to migrate from an SCO
>> OpenServer Desktop or SCO OpenServer Host System to the SCO OpenServer
>> Enterprise System must also purchase an Inter-Edition Trade-In license
>> a s well as an Upgrade or Trade-In license, to bring the system up to
>> the current SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7.
>> Great. But if you add up the costs, that's the same as buying new!
>> So what part numbers do I really need for upgrades from
>> pre 5.0.6 and 3.2v4.2 ? Host to Host, Host to Enterprise, etc.
>> BTW, I've asked distributors and haven't had a sensible answer yet.