This is the note my vendor sent me. Now here's what I have to say to AutoDESK
We are struggling to rebound from the poor economic situation. Our cash flowis improving, but we don't have the money to upgrade from version AutoCAD 2000 now. Also, 2000 works fine in our environment and is compatible with our add-on applications. It used to be that we could upgrade from any version of AutoCAD for about $400. Now you are making probably the most installed version obsolete by forcing people to upgrade. This is obvilously designed for your benifit and not your customers.
We are struggling to rebound from the poor economic situation. Our cash flow