Afraid to load Quicken 2014

I've received a CD for Quicken 2014 and am thinking about trying it.  But am worried.  I tried a Quicken 2012 "update" recently and found I could no longer download transaction records from my credit card agencies.  Had to call a tech, who got me to delete Quicken altogether and reinstall.  
So, now I'm scared of trying anything.  Anybody out there have something reassuring to say?

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If it were me I would wait to reload until Intuit fixes 2014. There are way too many issues with the program with no short term solutions. I wish I had just stayed on 2013 which worked great.
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