Ok, I should not have called it ‘bashing’, my appologies.
I think you could make your point differently. Posting a huge screenshot of a tweet where you could just as easily have posted a link to twitter and provided some context in the message does set the tone. Stating you prefer wired connections, which as we all know TTIG does not support and compare it with a product which is 2-3 times the price (and had issues with the first firmware release as well (frequent packet forwarder failures)) is not particulary helpfull for people with issues with TTIG. The Sentrius gateways have been availble for over two years so if anyone considered it an option they would have bought one and not waited for the hard to obtain TTIG. (And with the newer firmware I would certainly recommend the Sentrius gateways!)
With regards to the stability of TTIG, may-be it does need some time to mature? Brand new packet forwarder, not supported by the back-end (yet) and as a result needing a protocol bridge that does not scale well is not an advertisement for a mature product. Let’s face it, releasing a gateway that is not finished is very TTI-esque. Ask many backers of the original TTN gateway or read the messages on the forum regarding the problems people are (still) having.
TTI does a decent job providing the community back-end, however I’ve talked to several commercial customers that shy away from TTN lately because of the stability issues and outages. A year ago the back-end was a lot more stable. Once people start looking for alternatives the community looses gateways and coverage.