POS 2009 Dropped Features?

I was planning to go with RMS but decided to wait for POS 2009. I have a small specialty grocery store and need to process ebt / food stamps and have
a scale/scanner attached. POS 2009 does not seem to support this feature like RMS does. Can someone confirm this? Also is there multi-monitor support like RMS has?
Thanks Bill
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Bill,
Again, if you go the the POS 2k9 PartnerSource website I provided earlier, at the bottom of the page is a What's New that describes _some_ of the new and discontinued features. It appears to be over a year old, but can be helpful.
While there, you might want to listen to the 3 webinars so far about the product too.
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Jeff Check Point Software
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