The entire package is a splendid piece of work. It solves a major problem when creating web applications, and it does it well. Nothing is perfect, of course, and there are a few issues with Peter’s Date Package. The naming convention, used with so many different properties, is an annoying issue as naming properties in the way Peter’s Date Package does is just not something that is standard to do, so it does take some getting used to. The number of CSS customizable items is also huge. A designer which integrated with Visual Studio.Net and allowed WYSIWYG visual customization of the controls would add a ton of value to the package!
The package as a whole is simply excellent, and it definitely can’t be beat, especially for the low $50US price tag. Anybody that wants to compete with Peter’s Date Package is up for some serious competition.
Peter’s Date Package is available from www.peterblum.com. It can be licensed in single server quantities ($50US each), site license ($250US), or for redistribution ($500US). A trial license can be downloaded from www.peterblum.com as well.