I've seen many people misunderstand how AC remotes work. You can change anything on it without pointing it and then just send one last signal to the AC and all of the data is sent in one go. A lot of the time I see them pressing the power button twice to turn it on, but don't get that they're sending an off signal first and only then an on signal.
I've always found people who make mistakes in referring to something and then respond like "yeah but you know what I meant" when called out are pretty insecure and unnecessarily defensive. Sure the point is probably evident somehow, but is it so hard to admit and say "sorry yeah that's what I was trying to say"?
Games leaking very early I think is a bit of an issue. Normally people who pirate will always be the ones to pirate, but when it's that early, I feel the hyped up fans would bite, and pirate as well. From there it's hard to say if they will make the extra effort of buying a copy afterwards like they would've done.
Back then, repairability used to be part and parcel of most electronics. Now that it's not, I see people complaining saying that when a company does do that, it sucks that they stand out as the good guy and shouldn't be a glorification. I think that's a good thing though. Now when more companies have repairability as a strong selling point, that factor becomes part of the competition more importantly than back then.