I can't speak for anyone else but when I say "who cares", I'm kind of saying "no one should". Another words their is nothing to be upset about because most of what we are talking about here are sort of grey area speculation reactions to other speculations and assumptions which aren't true at all nor are they supported by anything but more speculation.
For example "FFG doesn't care about their customer", or that "We are just cash to them". To me, that's being pretty harsh and unrealistic, FFG shows us they care by making great games, they don't have to make a personal phone call to a disgruntle forum poster to give the appearance of "caring" about their customers and to claim that if they don't speak up that their is some sort of speculative "failure" somewhere is obsurd and kind of offensive not just to FFG and the whole development team but to the fans that support them. Its a sort of propoganda statement that tries to dehumanize a company as if it was some sort of evil corporation out to screw the consumer. Nothing could be further from the truth, a fact supported by 2 decades of dedication to the development of games. These guys run a business but its a business made of people who love games and they make them for other people who love games, their is no conspiracy here nor should their be any ill will towards FFG. Bringing this kind of speculation to the forum shows a lack of appriciation for the people who work hard to bring us great games.
This "what have you done for me lately" attitude being displayed on an otherwise great forum about a great role-playing game is weak status in my book.
I can honestly say I care about WFRP but don't give a toss about FFG. As to producing great products I am afraid their record has been pretty hit and miss with WFRP. The core system was not playtested thoroughly enough, particularly at levels over Rank 1. In the case of the adventures, the Gathering Storm was perhaps the worst product ever produced under the WFRP banner, while Edge of Night was one of the best. I speak as somebody who has playtested for FFG, though I did not playtest the Core product or the Gathering Storm. I am afraid FFG's lack of communication skills can also be inferred from their lack of communication with some of their freelance writers. I am not sure that FFG does care about WFRP, because the products have been very hit and miss. I think it has proven to be a good test bed for the Star Wars RPG, nothing more