I just committed to Geneanet all the way with my two family trees that each have thousands of persons. This is major! This is true trust!
I have known about GeneaNet for ever but while I've dabbled with it briefly for a bit, to see hoe it looked, etc... I always went back to standalone genealogy programs because in my head that was what was going to do the job. Except, I kept changing programs because each one of tthem was lacking something or other. As for online, recently I was on My Heritage, an awesome genealogy system overall, but great on frills (picture and video capabilities), but less on archival documents. The other drawback is no Mac capabilities. Ancestry just does not appeal to me. It's too USA centered. I recently got a Mac Air (and I'm soooo loving it), and found out the hard way that there are huge limitations in software for the Mac, escpecially in the genealogy field. While My Heritage is available for input/update online, the limitations of the online capabilities forced me abandon it. I tried the usual suspects for Mac. But I wanted something simple and truly versatile with no frllls and heavy on archives. Then I rediscovered GeneaNet. YAY!!! I've migrated my GEDCOMs here but still fumbling a bit. Working on editing hundreds of my places right now, but happy I'm truly at home on GeneaNet.