Long ago it was empty rooms and rounded treasure values, wtf?
Now days, it's getting bent out of shape cause Autarch / Tavis is doing a fucking fabulous job at dealing with an extremely difficult situation.
Meh. Maybe because I suffer depression (have lost girlfriends, one job, and jacked up many lessor things due to it) I just can't muster any ill will towards anyone involved. I'm also probably much more patient than most.
Dwimmermount project is going well considering what it has dealt with. Projects without any of the same impediments have burned to the ground less graciously than Dwimmermount's "failure" has been handled.
Too many people expect Kickstarter projects to be something they are not. They are not purchases. They have the risks of an investment without the upside potential. They are closest to a donation with defined perks. You should not contribute money to a Kickstarter you can't afford to loose.
Yes, there's been lots of changes, reverses, etc. It doesn't matter, chill already. It's plainly obvious that people running things are absolutely not trying to screw anyone. That they are bending over backwards attempting to appease a diverse group of participants. Too many of which are whiny bitches.
Yes, it's long time in coming (except that we got all the maps and good enough draft). I guess if you're a collector, wetting yourself over chance at rare hardback, I don't have sympathy. I have friends that are collectors, nothing personal, but this is a hobby of players. Collecting gets the same treatment as half-brother mutant, we keep locked up under the stairs.
Dwimmermount is one of several mega-dungeons in my 1.5/weekly Gold & Glory campaign. Two groups adventure in it regularly. People enjoying themselves around a table. There is no higher level of success than that.