I got rF1 and played it, and I got rf2 when it came out knowing it would be similar. Learning how it works isn't a 5 minute task, nor is learning to drive and set up a car in a sim. That's not for everyone and I accept that, but I don't like people with superiority complexes suggesting other users don't care or are sucking it up and being taken advantage of by devs. I play it despite how it is, having worked out enough of it to make some headway and putting up with the shortfalls in the hope it improves - but not averse to trying other games if they seem worthwhile, either. I help people here when I can, knowing how difficult it can be, but apparently I'm also supposed to trash talk the devs every single time to avoid people like @GoldenBear telling me what I think and what I'm obviously not noticing with my small-mindedness. Lucky he's here. So yeah, it is what it is. Put some work in and it's worth hanging around, but if you need your hand held the learning curve is steep.