I just came back from about a six month hiatus and noticed that there is an unusual silence from the developers and that HB has been off for somewhere two weeks now. Man, that sucks, I would really like to get into botting again. That being said, the folks that post on this forum have become so poisonous and childish that it is almost unbearable to read any of the posts here. I understand the frustration; the developer has barely spoken about whats going on and everyone is anxious to get back into earning their gold while they work real jobs. But here's the things...the wild speculation and selfish attitudes that the majority of the posts have right now is insane. Over the past few years I have gotten so much value out of HonorBuddy and I do not regret a single bit of it, and I certainly do not believe that the developer owes me a thing. They have given me a product that worked for years with spots of downtime here and there. Now, think of this from the developers point of view. All the posts here are doing is insulting them, harrassing them, senselessly claiming that they are working with Blizzard in some secret program to ban all of us. Does any of this sound like something that would encourage any of you to fix the problem faster? I most certainly would not work extra hours to fix a product for a community that constantly hates upon every thing that I do, as a matter of fact, I would drag my feet significantly more. Some better communication from the developers would be very nice, perhaps a daily post just to let us know that they are thinking about us, but whether or not they do that we still have no right to treat them the way that we are. Be patient, be calm, and play the game the way its meant to be played for a few days. If having to play the game for a few days is so frustrating that you feel the need to take it out on the HonorBuddy developers then perhaps you should consider another game or hobby. HonorBuddy will continue in one form or another as it has for the past 7+ years. Sincerely, A 7+ year HonorBuddy user.