Sure. I'm not against complaining or people being critical. You have to understand there's a line where your complaints can't be addressed, the expectations can't be met. T10 nor PD can't magic out a game fully featured or close to that at launch. T10 already have hundreds working on the game. The GT examples highlight how content is slow to turn around. T10 has shown they produce more and FM5 has quite a lot. As McLaren said, Autovista has made T10 update their models to higher detail. We could even say that if T10 didn't bother with it in FM4 they might even be behind for the FM5 and could have less content up to scratch. I like autovista and detailed car models. It will help each successive game and keep T10 up there as one of the best. Ultimately FM5 compares well to other games and for a laucnh title its impressive. It was never going to compare to FM4. I doubt FM6 has been delayed that much. T10 will continue to update all the tracks and cars much quicker than anyone else has shown so far. FM5 missing a lot of function shows the time spent on it wasn't that great and they put out most of what they had. PD did the same with GT5P. Some people thought GT5P was poor value, that PD had much more but if you followed GT5P and GT5 you'll know that sadly PD weren't lying and really couldv'e done with T10s output from day one. I think the emphasis on paying to unlock cars or a grindfest is more valid. It's old school game design that people don't like with tacked on pay unlock. People without time to grind shouldn't have very expensive unlocks as the only option. Allowing people short on time to access the cars would be simple to allow.