I am judging your efforts on 2 points. Point number 1 is how F1 2019 is not very good. Graphics are great, Brian Tyler's theme is in, the presentation looks legit, but, as I listed in an earlier post, there are so many things that are wrong with it that 2019 is broken, or borderline broken. A baffling penalty system, A.I. that drives into you as if you aren't there, unrealistic ERS in Multiplayer, and curbs that the A.I. driver over fine, but we drive over them and we spin into a wall. To put out another game a year later, it looks, from the outside, and as a consumer, that it is a lick of paint and some extra modes. Point number 2 is that it looks like no one who works for Codemasters is willing to tell us, the people who buy these games, if the things that we, the consumers and players, are saying are broken or need to be looked at, are in fact being looked at. A little bit of "Well, we can't tell you that" comes across as "You'll just have to buy the game to see if we have!", which is a little bit unfair to us. I want to support these F1 games, I really do, as does everyone else in these forums. And, all these complaints that we post in here, we are trying to help make it the best F1 game ever. I'm not trying to be combative, I just want to know that if I pay the $130 for the Schumacher Edition, that I am getting a game that is fun and enjoyable, not a game that plays like F1 2019 with all the weird stuff that goes on in it. I want you and the rest of Codemasters to prove me wrong, to make purchasing F1 2020 something worthwhile, not more money down the toilet. I hope what I am saying seems fair.