Umm, no, @durham70, not really. It's just a simple fact that the wigwag lights are still on, and I am happier if I keep a positive attitude: Being angry does me no good whatsoever.
Plus, all is not well in the HA industry: Quirky entered bankruptcy two months ago, and is in the process of selling their Wink product line (most likely to Flextronics) in order for the rest of Quirky to survive. Some of their smaller SKUs are already disappearing from Home Depot (mainly ones that are similar to others in the market, like their door/window switch).
The wigwag folks have obviously worked extremely hard (if seldom with any business sense), and I'd like them to at least break even. Looking back, I see no technological flaws by their engineers: Their technological vision is still leading the field. All the slips and crises are due to failures of management.
My only real hope at this point is that the current wigwag management will take a good look at their failures, observe they are not good at their jobs, then choose to get out of the way and bring in the experienced management talent needed to get wigwag to the finish line.
But that's a faint hope, since it is abundantly clear that wigwag management stopped looking in the mirror years ago.