Yes, that's fine, I'm not expecting it to have everything that everybody has made for an Arduino, I'm simply talking about what it states or implies in the Advertising.
As I said before, I'm not knocking the thing or the concept *ONLY* the fact that it advertises something that it is not (at least not yet). If they said "About 40% compatible and we are working to make it 99% by 2012", then I wouldn't have an issue, but that isn't that case. The other people in this thread aren't "Whining" about nothing, they are complaining because they bought it based on what it claimed and, at least at the moment, it doesn't actually meet what Digilent claim.
Perhaps you're missing that point, it's not the product or even the software they are complaining about, it's that it isn't (yet) what it claims and they aren't being reassured that it will.
There are various areas in the advertising where it heavily implies compatibility and the actual wording in one portion of the advertising is "Compatible with existing Arduino code examples, reference materials and other resources". That to me says if I get 99% of standard Arduino code examples and reference material (presumably tutorials and the like) it will work, and most other resources should also work.
I feel I'm probably a lot less critical than some who brought up points in this thread, but I believe they have a good point - The plain fact is that if you look at the list on the wiki, there are many things not working or with problems -eg. Ethernet, Firmata, Servo, Time, One_wire and various others with problems - Eg. I2C ('Semi OK'), SD ('Unknown').
There are other issues raised in other posts on this forum too.
The comment that it's "further than most would-be-Arduino-competitors have gotten" is subjective, obviously some people will place the worth of one library higher than another, but Pinguino seem to have a lot of libraries working. Having said that, I don't want to start up the debate of who is better, because I prefer the chipkit myself, at least for my current needs.
Again, I'm not knocking the software, the hardware or the concept or the efforts of the programmers, I feel this will be a great platform, if and when they get the main libraries finished off and the bugs ironed out, but they should just be upfront (in the advertising) about where it is at now and be clear abut what they intend and then we can make our decisions based on that before buying and nobody would have grounds for complaint.