Thats what I do, too. Thats how I got 1Password3. But, There's a trial of the current version, and I downloaded that and trialled it. It doesnt import my CSV or TSV (where earlier versions did) and even when I went to the trouble of filtering through earlier versions, I found I was unable to then place my stuff into separate categories as I had them in Wallet. I am able to do that with EnPass, and that costs a tiny fraction of the cost of 1Password. For someone on a pension it was a no brainer. I've paid for the iOS versions of EnPass (the desktop version is free) and I find it to be much more user friendly than 1Password.
For those of us who have not been using 1Password from its inception and have tried many other alternatives... seriously, it just is not "better" than anything else. Its riding on its reputation rather than anything it does better than any other app (why did any of you get it? Because you trialled it along with lots of others, or did you get it because people you knew were using it).
At the time it was released, there wasnt much else about (except Wallet and a few dodgy looking other apps or websites) so you went with one or the other. Most went with 1Password (because "they" said it was the best) but I already had Wallet and no reason to switch. I started sussing out alternatives to Wallet and found nothing as user friendly. I did find something called 1Key last year which was really good, but its disappeared off the face of the earth by the looks of it. They should have charged for it, it was good enough, but they didnt, both desktop and iOS versions were free and that, I suppose, is what happens. The Wallet devs went to facebook which is a real bummer, but... because its so basic in function, I live in hope that it will keep working. My purchase of Enpass is to ensure my future in password storage