Well, it can be a bitter sweet relationship between the devs and us. They scribble away for weeks, months, they conceptualise, and make artwork, and we go plop! no ty. Its really cool that devs love home, but that has its drawbacks, like when a dev makes something that they're sure is a winner, and we are not too interested. But when they make our dreams come true xx I love the passion of the devs, but... I really think, perhaps more so than some other mediums, that they need to listen to what people want. I can only liken it to comedy... its very difficult to shout at people telling them to laugh, but if they don't fell the vibe from your joke then you die on stage, and devs can love a space all they want, but they really need us end users on side. I guess this is a footnote from that "The story of Home article " , Home was new and experimental, the experiment has been run, now they need to look at what worked and why. It does seem they want some further experimentation.