Just about every other popular genealogy software comes with a sample database - why doesn't RootsMagic? On the webinars and videos, in the Help system and in the book are many examples from what appears to be the same database of the Smith family from Ames, Story, Iowa, United States. Why not make this database available for download so that new users can follow along and see how features are used, interacting as they go?
I've been asked this question by a prospective TMG emigre. Makes sense. The database exists so it should take little effort to put it online, assuming these are fictitious people.