Recently, TripIt Pro has become able to track point balances in several of the "difficult" programs (e.g. American). It now uses the same workaround that AwardWallet does -- they parse the data from your e-mail statements when you forward them. Thus far, I've always used AwardWallet Plus. I pitch 'em a few bucks every 6 months and I'm generally satisfied with the service. However, I've also get TripIt Pro for free because of the Barclay Arrival MC. I like the way TripIt tracks flights, hotels, etc., but I've never used it to track point balances before. I added a couple of my accounts, just to test the waters, and I like the level of historical detail it's able to give me about activity. (TripIt seems to pull the full details, while AwardWallet pulls the balance information and gives you a graphic visualization.) It'd be handy to have everything in one place, but re-entering ALL of my loyalty programs in TripIt will probably take some time. I'm interested to hear from anyone who has compared the two services before and can speak to their benefits and limitations with regard to each other. Is there a compelling reason to use one or the other, discounting the cost (as they're both essentially free in my situation)?