I am an old DayTimer user. ACT's calendar "Daily" view ALMOST duplicates the classic Daytimer look with one great problem. The screen will show tasks, calls, meetings or whatever you choose on both the calendar portion and the list portion of the screen. This doesn't make sense since the two spaces do two different things. The same problem exists in all the Calendar views.
I want my calendar to show TIMED events, such as a meeting that starts at 10AM. Untimed events simply clutter up that space. I want the list view underneath the mini calendars to show the UNTIMED tasks, calls or other things I need to do. If I wanted a complete task list I would just go to the Task List. So the Task List in the Calendar View serves no purpose.
I would like to see the user be able to adjust SEPARATELY what types and priorities go on each side of the calendar. Then I could show timed events and Day Long events/meetings on the calendar and just the untimed events (usually, calls and to dos) on the list.
It would be perfect if you could actually separate timed and untimed events. However, just being able to separate Types and put Meetings and Appointments (that are usually timed) in the calendar side and Calls and Tasks (which are usually not timed) in the list side would be a huge help.