What you are suggesting is that we save money to buy product from a company with most crappy service.
You seem to have not paid attention to anything I wrote in my previous post.
What I am stating
is that Gen6 is an old device, and old web devices will most definitely
run into problems with modern web advances. Its common sense.
What I am suggesting
is that people do their research before
purchasing an old device and expect it to perform flawlessly with all modern technology... Think about it -- also common sense.
A side-long suggestion
is to perhaps save up for a newer generation model to catch up with the times. You Do this in all facets of life -- with your car, your computer, your cell phones, tv's and dvd players. Seems only logical to do the same with your portable media devices, no?
(whether or not) I do research or not has no bearing on Archos support of most advertised feature.
Actually it does. If you did your research before purchasing, you would see that most sites have upgraded to flash10. Further research would tell you that this old
device does not have support for flash10 yet (clearly stating on archos.com that it supports flash9), resulting in double-thought about purchasing this device and maybe buying a newer model?
All these points are valid, and logical. Just do your research, and/or catch up with the times -- simple as that. Crying will get you no where.