I'm in total agreement with the Apple guys, I'm sure. They like NA because it's a cute little demo program -- I'm honestly impressed that you got so much charm into a 48K executable! But you present it as an internationally-acclaimed innovation, the fruit of years of labor. You ever heard of a car model called the Ford Edsel? It's infamous as one of the greatest industrial failures in human history. Know what was wrong with the car? Actually, nothing, except that it was first advertised as a revolution in automotive technology that would change driving forever. Then, when people got their hands on it and discovered it was just another auto, they were bitterly disappointed. That's what I felt when I downloaded NA, and it compelled me to write my scathing first review (which I now somewhat regret). But that's all water under the bridge (an American idiom). I challenge you to show me some deep, surprising intelligence from a future NA version; the current one is nothing more than a pleasant joke, whose capabilities are exhausted in a two-minute demo run. For fook's sake (a Scottish idiom), the NA sim core is about 1800 lines long! How can it have taken more than a couple of months to code?