I understand some of their reasoning. My application is to "service" family members that don't have a clue about linux. If VPN servers go down they wouldn't have a clue how move to another country or whatever. I can talk them through the client if need be. I guess they'll stick with AirVpn for now. I have cut my "service time" to almost zero having talked them into the abandon of Windows and onto linux. I wrote auto scripts to update linux and keep things tight with firewalls, only allowing tunnel traffic on their machines. Never Windows, is their new motto. LOL!