I also have been "soldiering along" with Toad Data Point since the beginning of May. I joined a new company (for me) and this is the tool which was proudly given to me by my new boss as a "treat" to use instead of PL/SQL Developer, which I have years and years of experience with (and was happy with). I have been operating under the assumption that I am missing flags or extensions also, because I have friends in the industry that "swear by" Toad, but none which have experience with Toad Data Point.
I am sure my new Boss assumed that Toad Data Point was/is also an enhanced version of Toad, and when I ask him questions about functionality (as I assumed he and others in the company have been using it), the responses have been more or less "you must not know the tool yet". Now, at least, I have a "blurb" I can send him (if I can find a way to do so without making him feel embarrassed for listening to whoever reeled him in for the purchase for our DevOps (primarily development and field support/special projects) group.
I do not know who/how my boss was shown this new tool, but it is apparent to me that SOMEONE needs to do a better job of comparing the capabilities of the tools (does Quest HAVE the "standard" side-by-side comparison of tool capabilities?), because obviously the message is not getting across accurately to those doing the research and purchasing decisions.
I am absolutely CERTAIN that my boss would have made the decision to use "regular" Toad or PL/SQL Developer rather than Data Point for the purposes of our organization.
Thank you, Asif, for asking the question that I have been wanting to ask, but since I have no experience with Toad "regular", and like UNIX is "VI/Vim or Emacs", for Oracle it is "Toad or PL/SQL Developer", and I thought I was going to have the opportunity to learn "the other one".
Now I have to try to find a way to get my license back for PL/SQL Developer and give up the one for TDP without making my boss feel like a chump.