They should have partnered with WikiTree!
I think that 23andMe users are going to be set up for disapointment. 23andMe is no longer going to host member trees on their site. They are giving members 6 month free memberships on MyHeritage.com to set up their trees. After 6 months they have to start paying monthly dues or "have free access"
During the 6 month period they have an unlimited number of people that they can put in their tree so most people are going to add their entire tree.
WARNING: The catch is your tree is only free if you keep it under 250 people. If you go over you have to pay or you do not get access to your tree.
I set my tree up on MyHeritage a few years ago but found it very awkward. I did not like the site enough to keep paying for membership. Now I have a tree that I do not have access to. I cant even look at it!
Since I have used 23andMe for testing they will now be refering to the MyHeritage tree that I have no access to. I find this very iritating! At least with Ancestry.com I can still access my tree during the periods when I am not a paid subsciber.
If we could get these testing companies to start refering to WikiTree just think how easy it would be to find our common ancestors. Will they ever catch on?