I just watched the video here and the Tieg has pushed me into the devoted fan bracket. Allow me to elaborate. Any studio that admits its mistakes gets big bonus points in my book. Pretending you're perfect is just a great way to make the players feel as if the company believes them-self to be infallible. Admitting mistakes shows that they know they aren't. Added on top of that is their complete desire to fix those mistakes. That gets even more big bonus points in my book. The Tieg definitely comes across as a guy who takes a hard long look at his projects, takes in the criticisms, and attempts to do everything better. It would have been super easy to do very few changes from WFC1 to 2 and call it a day. Such a game would have sold well and been received well generally. But Tieg and High Moon aren't satisfied with that. They want to do even better. They want to fix those problems they had. I'm gushing a bit but I'm super impressed when developers are this candid and genuine in their desire to improve.