If you have been following the progress, we have released 3 updates in less than two weeks, two since May 12th, including a massive number of fixes as well as the initial version of all the imports and exports, massive updates on the layout system, a completely new, and very powerful printing system etc. Please see the release history from within the application, or our emails we have sent out to testers, or the thread on this forum about the details of what we have done. This is massive progress, and would, I thought, have renewed confidence in the speed of progress. Printing, and getting all the previews happening correctly, and headers and footers, and updating the pagination etc is one of the fiddliest and most time consuming parts of the remaining development, and yet it was achieved in less than a week.
Sure, there are a number of functions to add before release, and then the performance tuning and final stability run, but we already know most of the code we need to restructure and things we need to cache for the performance tuning, and many of the remaining stability issues, and on every release, we have been squashing a large number of issues related to stability while adding the new features. Also, there are a number of areas where the Mac version is ahead of the Windows version (e.g. interpolated colors, color set automatic coloring, cloud topics, custom topics, parallelogram and arrow topics, gradient fills, canvas coloring, background images, shadows, reflections), so it's not just a one way street. (the windows program will catch up on these features, as the Mac version will also catch up on the remaining Windows features).
The reasons we are behind on the Mac version are in no way related to any lack in dedication to the Mac platform. As anyone who knows me personally, or has been reading the things that I write for a while knows, I am a Mac person through and through. I believe in the technical superiority and user experience superiority of the Mac platform, and will not let the Mac implementation be any less than the Windows platform - period. End of story.
I would have thought that all of the above would be ample to show our dedication to the Mac platform, both from a feature set and dedication to completion perspective.