@Edwin: I was talking from the QUE and the STACK.
As said, under normal programmer circumstances the PB builtin is good enough.
If you work - for example - on graphical stuff, having to remember a lot of (100.000 and more) Pixel coordinates,
and you want things to happen in real time, this may not work.
Stans Datatypes are extraordinary fast and easy to use.
I wish they had been builtin.
I think it's good that PB introduced their version of it, once you get used to it you will use it often.
While I agree to the first part of your sentence, i can't pay the price (in CPU Cycles) for the comfort of these builin Objects.
I'll use Stan's Datatypes instead.
I must however admit that i am not coming from the VB side of life and avoid using VARIANTS and conversions where i can.
For Speed Reasons.