My first thought after looking at the comments on Simon's Buster release post was how many people would rather spoil the joy than send him well deserved congratulations. Complaining that it doesn't do this, or it doesn't do that, or when is it ever going to do X?
Gee, can we give the guy a break? He's being very professional, but I think I can detect a little testiness and here-we-go-again in his responses. How would it feel to work for months and years on something and then get pestered by clouds of gnats buzzing the same whingy tune in your ear?
So, Simon, if you ever get tired of the drone, come here and bask in the appreciation of your usually quiet fans:
We can only imaging the effort, the hours, the fiddling, the fixing, the tuning, the aggravations and the toil that are part of this for you, but we DO appreciate it. Well done.
And, personally, I REALLY appreciate the effort to keep every Pi going, even the oldest and least. I have a lovely MacBook Pro - perfectly usable hardware-wise - that Apple said couldn't accept their latest OS after 7 years. Meanwhile, I have one of the very first 256MB Model B's, coincidentally mine for exactly 7 years this 10 June, and you're still giving it your very best.