I am sorry that you find it laughable. I am sorry that every piece of content released has bugs or flaws discovered withing 5 or 10 minutes of its release. In this case, I did nothing--just load the track using YOUR "Random Daytime" start time feature that I have been using since the beginning of rF2. For the first time, it is dark. A small error, but if you bothered to pay more attention to these sorts of user interface and usability issues, rF2 would have 20 times the sales it does now. Far inferior products already do. It appears that a much larger range of basic user pre-release testing would help. You know there are dozens of people on this forum who would gladly volunteer to help with this very basic function at no cost to ISI. The otherwise superb quality of AMP is tarnished by this sort of experience. rF2 is full of them. It is the best consumer racing sim out there, but it is also the most frustrating, inconsistent, user-unfriendly sim out there. Your response and attitude suggests that you don't make the connection between sales and usability. I don't need to list you all the technically superior products that have failed over the years due to these sorts of issues. I would sincerely like rF2 and ISI to be as successful as possible. The one hour change isn't a big deal. I can just hit restart weekend when my monitor looks too dark to drive and I will get a new random time most likely not in the dark. You could also respond in an appropriate manner and acknowledge that a small mistake was made when it will be fixed. Or is there an .JSON file somewhere that I (and thousands of other users) can go manually edit the earliest start time for Random Daytime start to 9 am and solve the problem that way? Sadly, that's usually the preferred method for these sorts of issues. You could also talk to your colleagues and express your understandable frustration that every new release or tidbit of information is greeted with a barrage of requests and "complaints" and that you might collectively want to organize communications in a way to redress that situation. Right now, the collective effort often enflames it for reasons I already mentioned above.