Ya, seeing similar things myself.
What I would say though, is are we the target market for RW? The subject just came up in a discussion I’m having with another “power” user who is seeing the same issues, although didn’t want to break cover. My question there is: is RW really built for the tiny number of us who are using it commercially? I’m guessing the majority of users are building fairly simple sites without the heavy duty stacks a lot of us are now using, and perhaps even without Stacks?
Is this the market that RW is looking after? Fair play if it is. “Power” users most likely make up a tiny percentage of the user base but are by far the most demanding.
The other question, which I’ve often wondered, is why hasn’t RW monitised stacks? If i owned RW, I’d have long since built some sort of stacks app store and make RW ONLY accept stacks via it. Then, I’d charge a commission on sales. Sounds harsh I know, but it would be for the best for the stacks devs in the long run as RW would have the revenue stream to invest in RW, opposed to sales being a one hit wonder.
Oh, and sorry to the Op for the OT comments.