Yeah, if they ever did that, you can bet that people would be throwing their XBones out the window. That's taking advantage of the customers that have put their trust in them and nobody would be able to trust them again. Kind of like how the boy cried wolf. Bridges can be built, but they can also be burnt down. The company's credibility as a whole would take a heavy hit. MS seemed to think that the issues were small ones, that they could be swept under a rug when in reality they're big issues to the consumer, those that would be using their console and I think that the company as a whole needs to look at these issues and the outcomes, as I think the company as a whole could learn a lot from what happened to benefit them in the future. Because at a certain point, it's not just about the XBone, but about what the market will bear for any future policies the company should enact in the future, whether it be with the XBone or Windows. Microsoft is a big company, and many smaller companies are watching the big ones as they're often the ones that set a precedent for the future.