I'm not sure about "propaganda." Does offering actual counterpoint and thought-out discussion to topics where there's just a lot of complaining, "anti-dev propaganda" (to use your terms), make it "pro-dev propaganda?" I've even agreed when the developers failed to come through or were weak (see: my comments on the cancelled Observers vs. Stonehills topic for instance). If you only pick and choose what statements you pay attention to, you will not learn anything, nor will change. In my response to GraveLSA, I was expressing my legitimate opinion when I originally read the Community Wishlist Response a couple weeks ago. I thought, "wow, in context of this topic, they've actually been moving along." Without this topic to give context to the developer's intentions, yes, it's a lot easier to complain. Even then, the developers have been making a lot of changes (i.e. delivering on their promises) lately, despite being currently bogged down trying to restore back-end compatibility for other mobile devices and PC. Even without this wishlist response, the update pacing makes it difficult to claim that active development isn't ongoing- in fact, you can't know what feature will be next around the bend. Just because I'm providing rational responses doesn't make it "pro-dev propaganda." It just makes me not a cynic.