Asobo are arrogant in their dealings with customers priorities vs their own (and/or the suits at MS..). We get what we get, with very little considered as far as the end users requests.
I'm pretty happy with it so far, but it still doesn't replace P3D for me. MSFS still feels like a shiny cheap plastic toy far from a robust simulation tool that P3D has become. I look forward to talking to P3D at FSExpo this year and see what they have to say about the future.
The future for MSFS is going to be verrrry slow and painful for those hoping things like AI traffic will be improved.