I completely agree. Interestingly Rob Watts, who is an independent consultant and not an employee of Chord, said he had no involvement whatsoever in the development of Poly when I spoke to him. The project was as an attempt to capitalize on the Mojo’s success and Chord instead partnered with www.disignconsultants.com to develop the Poly and the GoFigure app. They grossly underestimated the complexity of the hardware and software development to be compatible with an infinite combination of iOS and Android versions and devices. I never purchased the Poly because the press release made it clear it would be a failure from the onset when they wrote, “...the App’s launch follows an intensive six-month development phase...” In reality the Poly and GoFigure app are in public beta testing more than 36 months after the launch in January 2017 and they rushed it to market to pay down the development costs. The damage to Chord’s reputation among some consumers and dealers is done and they are preparing to announce the 2Go for the Hugo2 in January 2020.