Sure, the word beware wasn’t necessary, but the post itself is fine IMO. As far as giving them a chance to address the issue, I have no issue with a public discussion of existing issues. Again, I want to know of any issues before I buy something even if it’s going to be fixed soon. Also, some companies aren’t very quick to fix issues, so public discussions can help move that along. When I bought Albion One the velocity curve didn’t work. It wasn’t addressed for almost a year. When I got Tundra there were missing mics in several patches. It wasn’t fixed for a year. I’m not convinced it would have even been addressed if not for a lengthy discussion on this forum. Maybe it would have, maybe they were aware and planning to fix it anyway, but I’m certainly not going to not bring it up here. By bringing it up I was able to confirm with other users that had the same issue. It’s not a secret. It’s an issue, and if a developers intention is to fix issues within a reasonable timeframe, they have nothing to fear in people discussing them publicly.Sure, I can appreciate that point of view, and it’s not a big deal. But try to see it from the other side: you’re a developer and suddenly you see one of your products mentioned in a headline next to the word “beware”, on the leading industry forum, before you’ve even had a chance to address the issue. Not entirely fair, me thinks - but maybe it’s just me? I mean, nobody puts bugs in their instruments on purpose.