So far so good. As the Northwest Ladybug says, it is WYSIWYG blogging, which I find more useful than the compose box of Blogger, particularly as sometimes Blogger publishes posts with extra line breaks or, more annoyingly, no line breaks when I KNOW that I hit return!
Anyway, at the moment, I quite like this, it can be used while offline and can store drafts differently to the way blogger does. I mean, I have yet to figure out whether I am simply missing something, but I have to manage my drafts in Blogger by giving them publish dates ahead of everything else otherwise I loose them and then forget that I even had a draft in progress. WLW looks as though I will be able to keep a folder of drafts and manage them that way.
So far so good, on the basis of a few minutes usage, I would recommend this, but I need rather more experimentation in order to be totally confident that I like this and will continue to use it.
Uh-Oh. It looks as though you can't publish a post-dated post directly from WLW, but I can upload it as a draft and then edit it further online - it just takes a bit of playing around to discover what I can and can't do. Hmmmm, today clearly isn't Monday, so I don't quite know what happened there. Like I said, I need to play with this a bit more, but I do think that once I've gotten the hang of it, I will be using WLW more, particularly for drafts.