I payed 30 bucks for a game that I consider pretty much a very complete package with some lack of polish in some areas (like the rain for example), so I think he has every right to say what he did and it has nothing to do with honesty. That you have different expectations is all fine and good, but I think it would be nice to let people speak for themself. All of this is down to personal expectations and nothing is carved in stone as the ultimate truth. What I see is people not understanding the concept of ongoing development and wanting everything NOOOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWW, in an instant completely failing to understand that software development takes a huge amount of time and that they never understood what they were getting into. Sometimes it might be better to just close the forum and work away on the stuff until it is finished and drop the bomb (as ISI might be doing right now). But then you get people complaining about untransparent development and bad community work, wich again leads to self entitlement, people demaning stuff that they see as "promised" but that was never promised and the whole thing starts again until we run in circles. I am not saying that everything that ISI or S397 was perfect, but it was pretty clear what ongoing development means and that it will take longer in some areas where other stuff gets finished sooner. I for one think that we got alot of stuff that was never shown or on the list right from the start, that is easily overseen by many people - and all that for 30 bucks. When you buy the game and how much you pay for it is your own decision and business, your own respsibility and not the fault of anyyone else. Cheers Btw: ISI started this experiment of open and ongoing development years ago. So if you haven't understood by now how things work, then what the hell are you doing here if everything is so bad? It is as if I bought Call of Duty and expected open ongoing development with modding for more than five years - it's laughable.