What I often dislike about software is the "hunt and peck" aspect of it. It's time for software to offer me a fully complete suggestion as to what to do with my hops, rather than me continually telling it what to do with my chosen hops, via my own hunting and pecking with both hop weight and time entry values which quite often I've merely pulled out of the sky, until finally after some degree of exhaustive effort on my part the "software" apparently satisfies all of my juggled inputs and thereby nominally matches or gets "close enough" to my initially intended output. If (for example) I want to end up with 27 IBU's and I want to do so for a specific anticipated volume and gravity of beer, and a specific boil time, and I desire to do so via 2 (or 3) chosen hop additions during the boil, why should I then be forced to further torture myself whereby to derive my own "inputs" purely by hunting and pecking with my own number entries when I'm using mans greatest (to date) tool of computation? Shouldn't this tool just tell me a complete set of "suggested" valid inputs with no hunting and pecking on my part (unless I choose to override) so I can get on with brewing? This is the philosophy I first initiated with 'Mash Made Easy' as to it's functioning as mash pH assistance software. As opposed to nigh-on endless hunting and pecking with various acid or base selections followed by the same as to quantity input additions for each selection until finally after great effort I have reached generally close enough to my desired mash pH target, it simply and straight away solves for all of its internally available acid and base choices and presents me with each of their requisite charge volumes or weights whereby to achieve the desired mash pH target, and then lets me pick one. No effort and frustration from "hunt and peck" via juggling addition quantities and acid/base choices, and instead simply an immediate set of specific pH target hitting answers is derived and presented for all of them. That's why I called it Mash Made Easy.