If somebody said to me that something can be finished in the next 64 days, I don't expect to still be waiting for such thing to be finished 117 days later. Kas is a game developer, he knows that. And he basically said "the track maker is so near completion, that we are trying to finish it in time for the launch of the game", creating, that way, the expectations to have that feature, either at launch, or in a short time after that date. So, why he tried to create unreasonable expectations? That's the answer to my early question, developers are liars. And that explains why Poyphony tried to convince us, that nobody in their organisation is controlling the messages they post in the game and looking for the odd typing mistake. So, in your opinion, to have low expectations about the quality of a game (or any product, not only games) is reasonable and to expect an developer (or any other supplier) to sell a high quality product is unreasonable. Sorry, but I think that it is the wrong way. As a example, imagine what would happen if the aviation industry (and their clients) decide to follow your standards.