I agree with all of this again, but I would rather than ROS 7 be stabilized first instead of them introducing too many new features right away. The new kernel and rewritten OSPF/BGP are big changes already. I think it is smart for MikroTik to focus on feature parity with ROS 6 when it comes to the initial releases for ROS 7 instead of trying to introduce all missing features that everybody has wanted for years all at once. If they were to try to add all of these improvements into the initial release of ROS 7, it will certainly increase the bugs in ROS 7 and increase the beta period instead of it becoming stable sooner. I really want to be able to upgrade all of my production equipment to ROS 7 as soon as it is stable enough, particularly for the BGP and OSPF improvements (which are already done and are really critical).