I've got an interesting situation going on over here.
Not 4 days ago did I purchase MidiOverLAN+ for my new three computer setup. I downloaded the file onto my computer (skipped the hardcopy) but I haven't messed around with it yet at all. I haven't even installed it yet because I still haven't recieved a major piece of my new setup (the audio card for my DAW).
So then this Giga Teleport comes out today making MidiOverLAN+ essentially obsolete before I've even used it. Obviously I don't want MOL any more, I want Giga Teleport. I paid $120 bucks for the four licenses to MOL, yet I have not nor will not use the software AT ALL.
So what's the precedence here? Can I manage to get a refund for this and delete it off my computer? Would a company like MusicLAB have enough good faith to do that? I'm very worried considering there's absolutely no way I know of to prove I've destroyed my only copy of the program.
So what do you guys think I should do? Just accept the loss and move on or try and get a refund for a product I've not used.
Thanks for any guidance! In the meantime I'm going to shoot an email off to MusicLAB and see what they say.