I'm a long time user of radmin (used it in my NT4.0 days... when NT 4.0 was brand new) and I always liked the product.
Recently, I was happy to find out that a new version of that product was expected. Indeed, I found that it was now getting a bit old in it's functionality (although it still worked just fine).
And I must say I'm disappointed: The new features of the new version are nice, but really rather cosmetic: the new look is cute, the ability to sort connections by folders is interesting and the capacity to open a file transfer protocol from a remote control without having to relogin is nice, but some features that we've come to expect from modern software are still missing. Let me list a few:
1/ No drag-and-dropping of files and folders in the file transfer tool.
2/ No respect of the global shortcuts. F2 is used everywhere in the OS for renaming an entry but RAdmin uses F6, etc.
3/ No MRU on the drop downs
4/ No way to quickly transfer a file when you are in "full control" mode.
5/ No filtering on file names.
That's just to name a few.
Frankly, as a sysadmin, these would really help me in my daily business way more than a few colorful icons, yet another chat server or similar.