> I used phpMyAdmin for several years but I didn't like some of its
> features (or lack of features). That is a reason why I've started to
> create a phpMyAdmin competitor four years ago. It is called Adminer and
> it is currently a mature project. I have created a detailed comparison
> between current stable versions of phpMyAdmin and Adminer which is equal
> to list of things which I don't like on phpMyAdmin. Maybe you will find
> some points valid also for your preferences.
Using words like "stupid", "miserable", "confusing" is unprofessional, IMO.