You know to a point I do feel your pain. I myself have had some pains with Hak5 over the years. But I guess the question really becomes, what did you expect, and what are you aiming for? A $5 rpi zero can do everything the duck can do. Does it look as good as the duck? No. Is it as easy to program as the duck? Big No. But then again why are you buying a duck if you don't at least know some programming? The idea of the Hak5 tools were never meant to be plug in play. I think they started going in that direction because we as humans have gotten to that point of expecting things to just work. But a true hacker would never expect that, nor want that. For me, I got these to mess around with and they have all worked flawlessly. Maybe not painlessly at first. But they all worked. And I've learned so much from them over the years. Because of them I've learned to make a $5 rpi act like a duck. Or a $15 micro router act like a packet squirrel or lan turtle. The whole point of these hak5 tools are to help you to learn. So what would you like to learn about today?