Ken no problem but yeah not much I can do here as there is no ability to do what you want. Basically when vb3 went end of life all work has been concentrated on vb4.
Same thing happened to people when vb3 came out for those vb2 users. Once a product is noted as end of life you do not see any new work on a dead product.
We will keep the vb3 integration for those users who will remain on vb3 but no new work is going to be done. Soon we will have to gear up possibly sometime for vb5.