I think ISPconfig 3 is the real thrill now. I think I'm going to love it, although usability is much more an issue for v3 than for v2 - surprisingly. But that's always the cost of flexibility, if you look closer.
Fully agreed. We tried to find a good path between flexibility and easy usage. I know that some iSPConfig 2 users think that ispconfig 3 is not so easy to use, but thats always the case if you add more features and if the layout of the system changes to achieve this. In ISPConfig 2 everyone complained before that the same features were missing
So you will never make the product that everone likes...