Hi, I started growing tomatoes for a living and I'd like to share my story with the development team.
After finally cultivating hundreds of plants I finally was in business of selling tomatoes. They looked great on the outside, they were bright red and firm (my tomatoes) .... but when you cut them open they were brown and slimy on the inside and they smelled pretty bad. I tested many tomatoes and each one had the same result, my tomatoes were ruined.
Now my delima was I had neither the time nor the resources to grow a new batch or figure out how to fix the current one, so I had no choice but to go to market with them. Customers were tripping over each other to get to my tomatoes and I sold every last one of them that day.... then the phone calls and emails started. People got those tomatoes home and discovered regardless of how nice they looked on the outside, they were rotten on the inside.
Most of my customers demanded refunds and vowed never to buy anything from me again, but a very loyal few saw the beauty and potential of my tomatoes, they vowed to stick with me through these tough times. Now my tomatoes really did have potential but my failure to meet my customers demand simply was unacceptable.
In hindsight it would have been better for me to delay going to market with my tomatoes until my new batch was done. Although I knew about the issues I thought my customers would overlook it, well I lost a lot of respect and a lot of customers that day.