I have to say that for the angle that Fuerte is taking, I understand his frustration, although this particular game doesn't strike my gaming experience, with it, as it seems to do with Fuerte.
I understand, because there is the game BTR, which is being fixed under similar circumstances. About 2 versions deep into bug fixes, one individual has been fixing it, and those fixes brought on a devastating bug from my perspective. The bug makes a total joke out of playing the Axis side, and it's EXTREMELY frustrating for people to diddely-daddley around with stupid nuances such as what squadron was where in the war, and shouldn't the Mustang should have one more iota of speed or what not, and a very key embarrasing bug continues to shine on. That game had a lot of potential as far as I'm concerned, but ever since the second fix, the bug's so devastating that I've only played it in order to see if the bug has been fixed. That has been over a year with that game dormant. There's nothing more frustrating, gamewise, for a game whose concept you absolutely love (I greatly enjoyed playing it's predecessor USAAF), to be squealched by a bug that the fixer won't fix, probably because most everyone wants to play the winning side, the Allies, and/or that there's so many voices clamoring for puny details to be corrected that a major flaw goes on.
Yeah, I know what Fuerte means, because if he's thinking like I am about this game, as I am about BTR, the game is unplayable as I want to play it. Only difference is that I paid for BTR.