You have 13 seconds to file a brief and it still needs the dreaded TOA. Have you been there?
Over the past decades there have been good years with TOAs and bad years. I believe that one version of Word Perfect automatically generated the TOA if the secretary marked each citation while typing the brief. Then Lexis came out with CiteCheck that generated the TOA and then they discontinued the product. When I got that news I almost jumped out the window - its a pain to generate a Table of Authorities without a decent software to do it for you. It may very well be impossible. I certainly know that you can't do it in 13 seconds.
Then came BEST AUTHORITY! I was really excited until we had the training. I was so confused I thought I wandered into a NASA training by mistake. Then when it came time to use BEST AUTHORITY I was still confused. But after a couple of briefs I got the hang of it and I love it now.
You still have to check each citation for accurarcy against your Blue Book if it looks funny and you should ALWAYS double check to make sure the citation appears on the pages listed. But if you are looking for a good, reliable Table of Authorities program I would check out BEST AUTHORITY.