My question is to those of you who have worked with ubot, winautomation and Visual studio. I'm planning to dive into one or two of these and leaning towards VS. What I plan to do mainly is make bots that would emulate the actions of something like wiki bomber, drupalicious or tweek attacks and such. So basically it will be GETting and POSTing to web sites. Kinda like what xrumer does but highly specialized per platform and of course it has to be a standalone executable. From what I gather it would be easiest to start out with ubot, then winautomation and finally VS with C# would be hardest to master. However, I've played around with programming a bit and a few years ago also messed with VS and C++ and just wrote a few test apps that read from and wrote to files for fun. At one point I know ubot had superior web enablement compared to winautomation which was just a desktop task tool but with version 4.0 winautomation now has a web recorder so it may be equal in caliber to ubot now? So two questions. Firstly, if I am willing to invest an extra 100 hours or so into learning the ropes for VS plus C# on top of the presumably 50 hours or so I'd need to reach expert proficiency with ubot or winautomation would that enable me to perform any magic with a scraping/posting bot produced by Visual studio that I could NOT otherwise do with the other two tools? Secondly, can either ubot or wa do anything wrt to web scraping bots that the other cannot do now that wa has a web recorder? This is for someone familiar with both. Thanks.