Those forms are all available in final form from IRS. I agree it's incredible that Intuit doesn't want business from farm-return preparers, but the alternative is to file a paper return. If you're trying to beat the ES penalty, there shouldn't be a problem involving delayed refunds. Meanwhile, check around on what other software companies have available now, to help you decide what to buy next year.
I think it was 45 years ago that I was preparing returns for a few US Senators when IRS sent me to its seasonal Capitol office to show not all of its Taxpayer Service employees were slow but inadequate. Back then it was a safe place to work.