I'm done with Army Builder. I continued to use version 2.2 for my Dark Eldar army lists as long as I could, but now that the new codex has been announced, I no longer need it. And, thanks to their asinine licensing scheme, I no longer want anything to do with the software.
Unfortunately, there are no really good open-source alternatives out there for generating an army list. Until there is (don't look at me, I've got enough on my plate to last me a pretty good while), I have decided to put my 5th edition codices into a spreadsheet.
Using Open Office, I've developed a template that will accommodate the entire army list - including weapons, wargear, and rules (complete with page numbers). The goal was to find a way to represent as much, if not more, data than Army Builder provided. Additionally, I wanted to try and get the entire list on a single sheet of paper - stats and point costs on one side, wargear and rules on the other.
The Wargear and Special Rules use a simple code reference system to save space. It's not quite as useful as actually having it spelled out for you on the paper, but I'm of the opinion that it's more for a opponent's reference, since a player should already know what special rules affect his army.
Give it a whirl and let me know if it works as a tool for army building, if there are any errors I missed, or what changes might enhance its usefulness. Enjoy!
Codex: Orks Template (Mediafire, .ods)
Next up: Blood Angels! (nearly finished)
UPDATE (6-3-10): I made some additions and format changes to the spreadsheet - mainly to the Reference page. Calling it version 1.3