If you all have not seen d20pro yet (www.d20pro.com), you really should hop over there and download a trial license. It’s a simple and powerful virtual tabletop software that lets you play face-to-face or online D&D. D20pro is one of the best-kept secrets for D&D software.
It supports special abilities (at will, per encounter, per day, and charged). It has full support for attacks, including multiple attack routines, damage, and additional attacks due to Base Attack Bonus. it also has a robust effects system that tracks almost every modifier out there, plus ability score penalties and durations. Even better, you can save effects for use later. No more headaches from tracking rage, haste, bard song, bless, prayer, bull strength, and Prot Evil (just to name a few of the ones flying at our table) – oh yeah, and Fly! LOL
d20pro doesn’t ship with content, but it’s very easy to insert your own. I’ve been collecting portraits from various sources for my own personal use, but I am happy to share my own image gallery and a map or two:
First, the character portraits: all 2,183 of them! YES you read that right. Unzip them and place the folders into your \d20Pro\dm\res\CTR folder.
Next, two sample adventures: Return of the Burning Plague, and the first chapter to Expedition to Castle Ravenloft, for 3.5 D&D. Unzip, then open d20pro, click the Map button (lower right) and choose Import. Then choose the two .d20 files.
If you intend to use d20pro for 4th Edition play (it’s natively a 3.5 product), then check out the 4th edition survival guide on the d20pro wiki: http://wiki.d20pro.com/page/4th+Edition+Survival+Guide
Enjoy, and let me know if you have any questions!