ellerbus, I'm using FitDay right now...but it's kind of annoying at times.
Does your site let you use metric measurements, measure veggies by weight (not volume - cups, tablespoons, etc.), track stuff like Omega-3s and Omega-6s?
Based on FitDay's screenshots, I would say GJ has more to offer, but that is a biased opinion
As far as GJ goes it doesn't track specific fat such as Omega 3/6, just Fat and Saturated Fat. I mainly built it to make sure I'm getting all the calories / protein I need in a day. As far as the measurments work .. it is based on the serving information for each item of food (which is based on the USDA food database). Here are a couple of examples:
qty consumed x 1 - cup (calories: 146)
qty consumed x 1 - fl oz (calories: 18)
qty consumed x 1 - quart (calories: 586)
qty consumed x 1 - tbsp (calories: 9)
qty consumed x 0.5 - cup, chopped (calories: 22)
qty consumed x 1 - NLEA serving (calories: 24)
qty consumed x 1 - spear (about 5" long) (calories: 10)
qty consumed x 1 - stalk, large (11"-12" long) (calories: 78)
qty consumed x 1 - stalk, medium (7-1/2" - 8" long) (calories: 50)
qty consumed x 1 - stalk, small (5" long) (calories: 39)
And here is a screen shot of the actual to goal score card: