It makes me wonder, however. What if the so called new version does include a fix, and it works for about a month and then everything goes to crap again? If something is free, ok and I'm grateful. But that doesn't mean it should be useless. When I donate somthing, I don't donate spoiled or rotten food, shredded clothing or broken items. There is, even in charity, a sense of dignity for all, and that dignity should be part of the action of giving and receiving. If the company could no longer support FREE, it could have frankly said: "Hey guys, the ride is no longer free from now on, so pay or good luck". This could have saved time, resources, frustration and efforts for many. I noticed it wasn't until compaints grew in number that the company even bothered to say, explain anything of offer a possible fix.