What I use is KMyMoney.
I went from MSMoney to Quicken all the time trying other products like GnuCash and Moneydance and a few others before I settled on KMyMoney.
I have 2 investment companies, Fidelity and Vanguard with about 10 accounts combined.
4 banks, 6 credit cards, and 2 credit unions.
I one-button-push download from Fidelity and Vanguard and 2 of the credit cards. For some reason Amex forces me to do a manual download and import only when the monthly statement is ready. The rest of the downloads are done daily.
The transactions are put into the proper accounts and they require you to accept them or, if the 1st time for that merchant, edit the category.
The reports are pretty good and the ones I use the most are net worth, account balances, and budget vs actual.
The handling of mortgages is not quite correct but I work around it. You can correctly get an accurate equity number or an accurate interest expense, but not both. It's no big deal, just different.
Securities are named "accounts" for some reason and there are other different naming conventions that caused some confusion to begin with.http://kmymoney2.sourceforge.net/windows-install.html
It's pretty good and I have not missed Quicken at all.
Give it a try.