Voicing an opinion that I feel they should work on more important things, that there's too many people working on the project and that no real substantial progress seems to be being made is not "whining". It is also not claiming that I am owed anything by the developers. I repeat - I am so sick of this kind of canned response. I'm also sick of people who claim to speak for others ("nobody wants your shitty opinion") and the general condescending attitude. Do you really feel so insecure making a point that you have to involve imaginary supporters? It could also be argued that "my shitty opinion" is mostly fact anyhow and I'm sure many others hold it. I love the scene as much as anyone and I do not intend to offend anyone but I really hate it when any form of criticism is exaggerated as you are doing with me in an attempt to make me look like I'm just the biggest dick in the world when really all I'm saying is things could be better. Why is expecting better wrong? Constructive criticism is pointing out valid and logical truths. Game compatibility has not really changed in months and there is a point when a project gets too big - as someone else pointed out, it's a chore to simply keep track of all the users submitting updates and keep the builds straight. No one would say that's a good thing. I don't want a war so I hope all points have been made and we can move on and have positive discussions that sometimes include criticism without the critic being crucified or told that he/she can not voice their opinion unless they join a development team and code.