Groove: 10 good reasons not to buy

Robin Good has a list of Groove shortcomings. I agree with most of the points, but still consider Groove one of the best ideas in productivity apps ever.
Redundancy was the one thing that put me off most (next to seeing how slow it is on my 256 meg PIII). I’d *love* switch to Groove for everything, but as long as I need ALL my other apps as well (Notes, Outlook, CVS), there really is no point.
Having said that, Robin’s idea of making Groove disappear as a kind of infrastructure service appeals to me a lot: why not be able to mark folders on the hard drive to belong to a certain Groove space? Every time I change a file there it gets updated in the space automagically. That would be cool…