I haven’t heard of RSS Bandit until Robert Scoble mentioned it. This feature caught my eye: “Instances of RSS Bandit can be synchronized using WebDAV, FTP or a file share. The data is transfered in a ZIP file containing information about the current state of search folders, flagged items, replied items, subscribed feeds and read/unread messages. This is extremely useful for people who use RSS Bandit on different computers like from home and work or from school and home.” I definitely don’t use RSSOwl on both my desktop and laptop in the sense that it can’t do that. Tempted to switch? Absolutely.