sorry but that is the most irrelevant analogy I've heard.
You have a bunch of $300 hard drives that fail?
I have a propriety software for tethering my $30k back that was promised and didn't exist for years??
Sorry but where's the connection here?
From your perspective, I'd agree. Not much connection.
What I was trying to say was that quirkiness in software is often to be expected. It would be nice to say its only in the small volume productions that it is found, but it certainly seems to be more prevalent than we'd like.
As to "vaporware", that's another matter entirely, and not very forgivable.
Like other posters, C1 3.7 is rock solid and very enjoyable to use.
Sorry for the drift off topic. No more.