Well, I still haven't chosen what blog software I want to use in a new home. So many to chose from and none are a perfect fit. The comments left by Scott Hanselman, Phil Haack, and Dave Burke were good ones and point out the connectedness of the blogosphere (is that word accepted enough to forgo the quotes now?)
Since I gave DasBlog such short shrift in my original post, I spent some quality time with it. DasBlog has some really strong points in its favor. For one, it has a very active developer community, though that isn't as apparent as it is with Subtext. DasBlog 1.9 was released today and I'm even mentioned in the release announcement (it's always nice to see your name in print--even virtual print).
I am leaning towards DasBlog now. Two bonuses of using it: no tricky database settings (it uses XML files stored in the web file system), and a really flexible plug-in system (they call them macros, but they're actually compiled .NET assemblies with a standard interface and config-file usage).
Not that I've decided to use it. Or not. I'm not generally this indecisive. I think...