I don't want to fight with you because I know you're a good guy and the team is under pressure right now. I understand as I work for a software company and I am deeply involved in the development process here. I want the pfSense project to be seen in the best possible light because I actually care about it. It's strange to be emotionally invested in the success of a software project, but it is what it is. In that light, I feel personally embarrassed when new users try to get these very popular and common packages running, only to be frustrated because they don't seem to work. That was the source of my Fix it or remove it comment. If it doesn't work, it should be removed so as to not tarnish the project's image. What is the point of having a broken package in the list, after all? That is all I am trying to say.