Yeah, I don't really know every place that it is provided as a service, but if we are having issues as it is, and they are explaining that it is based on the amount of data that is incoming based on the surge of new users and on the new release...what's another quantifiable amount matter right? If you make something stable with 10 users but has flaws every now and then, maybe predictably each week, it might be the same if 100 users were active. Now, am I to believe that 1000 users from 10 with the same problems means there won't be new problems that I should have forecasted? Or should I have prepared for it? Granted, 1.4 Billion more is not an accurate way to predict actual users, but from .1 to 1 is a big jump. Let me change the scale, from 1 to 10? 100 Million to 1,000 Million? It's a numbers game yes, but if 100 Million users right now, allowed for these problems, would 1,000 Million more users still experience the same problem? I doubt it, I envision bigger problems will arise. I hope they work through it, I hope that the funds are spent wisely on improving reliability, redundancy and less dependency on a foreign server, I mean, each country. If USA has it's own server, I don't think it should be relying on Israel or UK, or I don't think UK should be relying on USA from working. Maybe I don't know about how it really works, but if one goes down, I would hope that another could help take over the load. If one goes down, it doesn't crash everyone else. That is what I hope is realized. There might be only a fraction of the amount of potential users in China or wherever else, just like in the US and UK, not everyone is using Waze, but I imagine potential for much more severe problems than we are letting ourselves believe.