Excited by the hype, I finally* installed CE just before the latest monthly update was put up on Steam. I have to say that 55As definitely a lot easier to use and more intuitive compared to 54C - I only used the chests for a day, but I got sick of them quick. Started a new game instance of 55A, and I still see some room for improvement -not enough UI breadcrumbs/tips to make informed decisions on more complex buildings. For example - I built a trading post thingy, designated an item as a trade good... and nothing. OK...I guess a trader needs to show up? There is nothing in-game to suggest how I attract one. -would be nice to have tips on what modules can be used to perform actions on raw goods. For example - what should I build in a kitchen to use mushrooms? -Doesn't seem to be anyway to mark a job as important. Like - I REALLY want more trees cut down, as thats killing my supply chain... lazy overseers. Also still not enough clues as to why a job isn't running (example - not enough planks to build a building). -I want to zoom out more to see whats going on - the big picture view... but guess the only options are minimap and normal zoomed in view? Then there is wackiness that confuses me. Bug, or unexplained gameplay? -My stockpile got close to full, so I built a new stockpile next to it - thinking it would effectively expand. Nope... they moved everything next door. Why? -I also ended up with random goods scattered all over the map. Why? And how do I get them collected? They've been sitting in plain site for over a week (gametime), with no one picking them up - and I have workcrews that are unassigned. Early game promotional material from a few years ago suggested that like The Shining, There Will Be Blood, No Country For Old Men or A Simple Plan that the end game will be everyone ends up in a wood chipper and the whole settlement will come crashing down. Is that still the case? Or is End Game currently like most settlement builders - you get bored, start new game - or a screen comes up congratulating you on some goal being met? *I bought it... a year ago? two? but have been patiently waiting for a near-complete experience.