I’ve always been a real stickler for customer support, this is true is my daily life as well. Like if I got somewhere to eat and get horrible service, I’ll likely never go back to that place to eat again. For example, there is this good Mexican place here in town that I tried when I first moved up here a few years ago. They added 2$ to my tip after I left and I didn’t notice it until I saw my credit card recite, well needless to say, I’ve never gone back to that store even though it’s now changed ownership. I guess to me it’s a sign or poor respect, plus there are literally 100’s of other quality Mexican places to eat here in town. What’s this have to do with programmers or developers you say? Well I feel the same way for developers and designers, you get one change to make a first impression, screw that up and I’m done with you. I’ve ran into this more and more with new “mostly young” developers that think they deserve respect when they don’t give it out. I don’t care if a dev has the exact mod I need, if he/she acts like an asshat, they can go screw themselves, they will not get my money or referrals.. Period! Luckily I know several developers and I’m also very familiar with how code works so if there is a mod that I really want but the dev is a jerk, I can either make it myself or have it custom coded for my needs. My question is to you guys, do you ever NOT use a developer because if his or her attitude, does that ever stop you from using any of their mods like I’ve described? The big issue I have is that if we let those devs continue to act this way, they’ll never learn and will likely think there is nothing wrong with what they do things. I also understand that we’re always learning and sometimes we make mistakes, I can fully appreciate devs that “grow up” and realize that maybe they didn’t know everything like they portrayed in the past. That will get you more respect from me over someone who doesn’t accept change and is “stuck in their ways” to put it lightly.