Before I talk about the bad points (of which there are many) I do have to state that there are some welcome additions to the firmware. Firstly the whole experience feels faster, smoother and things like the wireless sync; podcasts and the go to artist option will be used and appreciated by many.
However there are so many other glaring problems and really bad decisions that you have to wonder who they actually get to road test these things before releasing them. I’m not going to go into them all but here are three which shows why the saying “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” should be tattooed on all Microsoft employees. Continue reading