So, I have been dealing with flickergate for a LONG TIME.
I passed around a gform questionnaire from early 2017. Many of the people that indicated the issue was "Resolved to them" have said that it is because they replaced their products with refurbished one.
Yet, we already know that the [new replaced products] are and can flicker just as much as the older BOUGHT NEW (not refurbished) products.
So what is the point of changing them when I will have to deal with the same issue very soon anyway on the new version?
Also, I called microsoft anyway to see what I can do, (the number that they gave in their new statement), and after about an hour of waiting and getting redirected, I realized that I can't reach a competent person to help me figure out who to ship to and what to do anyway EVEN IF THERE WAS A POINT?
I am wondering what do you guys think about all of this? is this the best we can do? should I at this point really just give up on the product? since now Microsoft just threw away a solution of "We will change it for you if you can manage to figure out how to reach us?