I think developers are right for not listening to users ASAP. Let me explain. I have been developing mods myself too, including physics. I do it as honestly as I can, trying to do it as realistic as I can, do you think after months of work will I immediately agree to do changes based on some feedback from guys who spent less than ten minutes with what I have been doing for several months ? No !!! When I get feedback, it usually leads to me arguing why I did what I did. If I was wrong it usually takes from hours to months to honestly agree with criticism. Sometimes I never become fully sure. What it tells about me ? It tells that I am super honest, wonderful, perfect human being Alright, it just tells that I am honest, and did what I believe myself. What instant reaction to people feedback tells about some developer ? What does it mean if developer who worked on simulation for months of years, does a U-turn in physics as soon as first bunch of unhappy people complaints about something ? It tells that they either didn't have any clue themselves to begin with, or they just rush to adjust to people likes ASAP. It doesn't speak as honesty to me. Unless an issue is so glaring, and so obvious and undeniable, I see no reason why a dev should quickly shift to some other way, just because some random people told them to do it. So to conclude, I think developers definitely listen, even iRacing devs. And I think it is fine that they don't take actions ASAP, but rather waits for sufficient certainty level. Just hopefully doesn't abandon the project. Not only that, it is much more complex for them, there are teams of developers, there is management, and they still must remain appealing to their userbase and hopefully grow it while also remaining stable and having everything in as much neat order as possible, otherwise it would be just chaos. Everything is important.