The original Dearest two font system anticipated the possibilities of Opentype scripting and alternate options. An expansion of Dearest was started by Paul Hunt in 2008 with added Cyrillic forms, but was put aside. Now Miranda Roth has completed the new Dearest Pro in 2013-14 building off of and incorporating the work of Torre and Hunt. The new OpenType pro version of Dearest features over 900 glyphs with Greek and Cyrillic, expanded ligatures, and more swashes, embellishments and contextual alternates. The original non-pro versions are still available for those who do not use advanced OpenType features. The addition of "Dearest Alternate” as a third font variation can extend the design flexibility for existing users.