Thanks for following up. This pretty much confirms what we had gathered on our own.
Now, the Project for the Web, as a standalone product, appears to have such a low level of functionality, I cannot gather why anyone would purchase it over some of the existing Gantt products out in the market that are at a lower cost/mo/user. Frankly, when we were evaluating it, one of my team members remarked “it looks like some HS Comp Sci end of semester project”. I get that this is the future direction that MS is taking but I am not sure how they’ll get anyone to pay $10/mo/user for that product. All we see here are the Gantt/tasks/resource allocation and dependencies. Are we missing something here? The product appears to be woefully inadequate for everything but the most basic projects.