Disliking a thing does not make it stop being true. You just look like an idiot. Disliking a thing because it is true, reaches into delusion. A project guided by delusion is doomed. Those who avoid reality because they don't like it, cannot help but be delusional. The longer they maintain and defend their delusion, the harder it becomes to get back on track, and the more likely the echo chamber is to become chronic. DASH crossed the point of chronic, self-assured delusion with outright malice directed toward any question, much less critique, 18 months ago. DASH appears to be abandoning or undermining every one of its own features which made it uniquely useful. Any direct inquiry about the future of MN security, IX, or DS is ignored, or the response so heavily qualified that it has no meaning, from a source not in a position to comment with authority. A simple "Yes, we're keeping and improving upon all of the above," is an easy way to lay the self-induced FUD to rest. But, such a simple statement never comes... What are the plans for IX? What are the plans for DS? What are the plans for MN protection and MN blinding? What happened to the dust/dead change fix? You can get mad and say I'm a meanie-face poopie-head because I ask real questions and don't let deflection slide, but it looks worse every time you do it. Softball yes-man ego-stroking nonsense from snowflakes might bloat your heads, but the industry won't let you live on it... This increasingly slippery behavior doesn't look good and robs confidence in the project. You're the ones who bound your budget to the market cap. You damn well better start caring about the actions, and inactions, which are undermining it. Maybe your fanboys in the echo chamber make you feel good by mocking me, but the rest of the market agrees with me. I'm trying to help you see this, but you want to play snowflake instead... The ability to collect likes or dislikes from a crowd of jackasses is no metric of competence or accuracy.