Absolutely correct... but it doesn't invalidate that we can get 3 or 4 projects doing the same
thing *early and often*, none gets to be *god enough* because of the waiting for input and the
lack of "will" for concentrated efforts... to the point that 3 different experiences gets to 3
different code repositorys with little chance of code intermingling... being the funny or
tragic fact that one is better at some features than the others, and vice versa, and the sum
of the three should had made a considerable better product while people are stucked with
buying $300 pieces for only using $100.