I started using Easyship because I’m using Sellbrite and it doesn’t print labels in bulk. Sellbrite has EasyShip as one of their partners so I decided to try it since I do need to do multiple packages at one time. It was confusing at first, I thought I was supposed to be able to import my inventory but never could see any of my products. But that was my misunderstanding, I imports orders only and adds the products as they sell (basically just tracks package size, weight and category to declare it for customs). I didn’t have any active orders the first time I was trying to use it which is why it didn’t seem to be doing anything. A couple weeks later I tried again when I had orders and I figured out how to import orders. It doesn’t seem to transfer over the package size and weight, which I do have for the products in Sellbrite but I have to transfer that info over manually. It saves it after the first time a product sells. It doesn’t cost anything to use except what I buy in postage which the prices are comparable to what Sellbrite costs are. And it did give me a coupon for extra postage which was really great, used that up! It does multiple shipments really well. And I love how I get the file of all the invoices and all the labels and can print them all in one shot. It focuses on begin a shipping program, doesn’t really seem to do anything else, like inventory or a customer database. So if you’re looking for a program that does it all, this not might be for you. It does work well with other programs so you can always use it in conjunction with other apps. It does multiple shipments really well. And I love how I get the file of all the invoices and all the labels and can print them all in one shot. You don’t have to use just this program either, we use EasyShip but also still do some shipping from Sellbrite so you don’t have to choose one or the other, you can keep using both. It was a little trickier to learn, but I’m glad I did. I plan on continuing to use it.