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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I was in the same boat as you, Lanceomni, for some time. I didn't understand what people's problems were. I defended Quo quite a bit. That is, until I asked questions that Rashantha or Quo could not, or did not want to, answer. It's at that point that I stopped receiving replies to my emails. I've sent maybe 7-8 total since I first inquired about the board BEFORE it was put on KS. First few questions were pretty general questions and got a quick response. As things progressed, and the project goals were not met, the questions I asked became more specific and that is when I stopped being satisfied with the lack of response. I finally received an answer to my last email asking about the WiFI board and a SPECIFIC date that the shipping is to start. There are still quite a few unanswered questions regarding major aspects of the board and/or the add-on WiFi/BT card. Maybe YOU are satisfied because you have asked relatively innocuous questions and gotten satisfactory replies. Others do not share your experience or your lower threshold for satisfaction.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    She may have meant scam. Even so, her description doesn't fit the definition of a scam, unless an aspect of the product has been misrepresented for Rashantha's personal gain. If the backers never get the board or were lied to about features, then it would qualify as a scam or scheme. As it stands, you could argue for or against it being overpriced, but that's not the same thing as it being a "scam". As annoyed as I am with this project, accuracy is still important to me.
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    New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Isn't making products, in general, a money making scheme?...