I am currently considering a switch from RoboForm to LastPass, due to RoboForm's screwed up decision to start charging for their free lifetime updates. Now, without paying for the update, RoboForm will not work with the new version of Firefox. (How convenient.) That means I'm stuck with the old version of FF until I decide what to do.
At this point, the ONLY thing keeping me from switching to LastPass is the lack of support for UPEK's fingerprint reader. (It's evidently available for the Mac, but not the PC.) My understanding of a password manager is that it needs to have a strong master password to be truly secure. And let's face it, remembering and typing a password with a mix of special characters, numbers, and upper and lower case letters can be a real pain. A good fingerprint reader solves this problem. Anyone that's ever used one knows what I'm talking about. Giving it up is like giving up the remote to you TV.
So, for now, anyway, I guess it's wait and see. Out of principle, I DO NOT want to pay for an update to a product that promised free lifetime updates at the time of purchase. Hopefully, LastPass will get busy and expand their fingerprint reader support sometime soon. If anyone has any time line information on this subject, I would appreciate it very much.