I think that’s a very fair summary - and we have historically seen much better execution from TR than this, which is why it’s very disappointing.
AT clearly turned out to be way harder than they expected - yet still surprising that it’s being heavily marketed. And I think the AT delays have absolutely spilled over to hurt a lot of other things that were dependent on it like TrainNow, the newly released “starter level” plans and immediate removal of existing plans, now requiring a lot of manual replacements when I’m sure the plan was that AT was going to be there to manage this seamlessly… maybe time at TR to focus on Wahoo is just a casualty of all that. Or maybe for business reasons Wahoo sees no reason to help TR extricate themselves from a public debacle. Which also doesn’t make me happy as a Wahoo customer. I don’t want to give more $ to either company in this state.
It’s definitely a cult… - and the fact that so many unpaid users are compelled to comment / defend suggests that they care… now if only the company collecting our subscription $$ also did