Now that you've mentioned WordPerfect, perhaps you could venture an explanation what the difficulty was that held up its implementation.
If I understand TMG's handling of WordPerfect, all that was necessary was the preparation of a WordPerfect compatible file containing the generated output report. TMG is not issuing any 64 bit print commands itself. This seems pretty vanilla to me - and almost nothing to do with 64 bit programming. WordPerfect has not changed its formatting requirements for a WordPerfect compatible file since WordPerfect version 6 ! (perhaps ten years ago?) The only conceivable connection with 64 bit programming would be the extraction of the TMG data behind the generated output report. But that had to be done for all other report formats, whose availability significantly preceded the availability of WordPerfect for TMG. Since any TMG report of a given type consists of identical TMG data, one would think that, once one has programmed a report type for Word, PDF, screen, etc. it would be virtually effortless to make the minor modifications for WordPerfect.
Am I missing something here? I know you are "just a user like yourself", but I would appreciate your thoughts on the subject.