I've enjoyed the book very much. However, the software does not include many of the basic database features you should normally expect. For instance, the ability to search on keywords and phrases, there is no spellchecker, and the analysis feature mearly highlights the words that match with your symbols library which I don't consider to be analysis.
For anyone interested in seriously journaling their dreams in software I'd look elsewhere on the Internet.
Stephanie Clement and Terry Lee Rosen's Dreams provides the only complete system for interpreting dreams, avoiding the psychology which dominates many other guides and providing chapters which tell how to identify and work with dream symbols. An accompanying software program tells how to work with these symbols, enabling users to print out dreams along with personal symbol definitions. The software elevates this a step above the competition, though the approach differs also.