I might be falling for bait here.
It looks like you added a large number of threads in the tech support section today. I don't know if you expect an immediate response but I will say from what I have seen if not every post there, most get responses from the developers. Maybe not within an hour, or the day, but typically within 5 working days. (Typically, not always) Again, just my anecdotal experience. It does appear to me that they are very caring of this program, and do want to make it the best possible. Having feelings about capabilities of sensors or weapons will usually be shot down. Data driven feedback will be received well. (Example I-Hawk effectiveness) "This probably too aggressive for I-Hawk tech. SDB dimensions are very small. Let you be judge." Is that based off of an open source document you could share? Is it just your opinion? I think they strive to make changes in regards to effectiveness relatively transparent, and from what I have seen will change capabilities if presented with documentation or real world reports with evidence backing the claim being made. Feelings aren't substantial in this genre.
In regards to hecklers and knitpicking, if you are talking about the "Updated DB Image packs are available" thread, I see a single heckler who is very ungrateful and that would be you.
Providing feedback is well received. Feedback defined as, "information about reactions to a product, a person's performance of a task, etc. which is used as a basis for improvement." The important part is "used as a basis for improvement". Saying this sucks, do better, provides no basis for improvement. This is a very quid pro quo environment. Explaining the witnessed behavior (with saved game, as you have been doing) is good. Explaining the expected behavior specifically is important as well, such as "IR weapon seekers don't see IR signatures". If it is something you can add documentation for as well that is helpful. Like in regards to the GBU-53 (SDB II) or GBU-39 (SDB I) capabilities.
What do you see currently, and what would you prefer to see? Maybe be specific with criticisms and provide actual feedback. You made a thread with a lot of open ended opinionated questions and no real path forward. "This is not typical" Typical compared to what and who? What would you prefer to see? Providing a path forward is key to garnering a positive response. To sum up your entire post it is just, "I feel like this sucks!" but no real rhyme or reason and no solution to the problems you perceive. That will only get you negative responses.
What is the outcome anybody wants, what is the outcome you want? Be specific. Please.