That's a lot of careful rhetoric for such a simple question. Oh same. I know from dealing with customers, and also being one. It's kinda senseless throwing credentials out there in a forum discussion, but lol, sure. It's a bit of irony that my previous statement actually did suggest that the AI in fact does work for some people's needs. In fact it was so nuanced nobody actually got it. So uhh, deal with nuance, or risk looking silly, maybe. I mean, like, we're talking bugs and actual flaws that are a bit more than preference. The AI being passive or active is a preference. The AI giving you all its gold for the great work you go.... not as much. And stuff like that is just dismissed with a "that's just ur opinion bro"? ; after all they did fix it, didn't they? That's hardly analogous to adding a pedestrian walkway to a bridge that was never ever intended to have one. Sure we could spend all day going through a philosophical debate of "it exists, therefore, it works" but if all you care about is arguing over definitions, then sure, go ahead. I could use another word like "bad" but I'm really just saying the same thing.