Finally, I reiterate my apologies for any damage this software may have caused, directly or indirectly, but some things are always out of one's control. If I were to do all this again knowing what I know today, I would probably do it in a different way, with less frequent public releases. Or perhaps I would not even start doing it, I don't know. The Prizm, as things are now, is not a platform for which writing software is pleasant, especially after what happened regarding broken hardware. In part, this explains my decreasing motivation in continuing development of Prizm software.
Please don't feel too bad about it, you do absolutely great work.
If anyone is to blame, it's Casio, and I have a feeling I was either getting "repaired" versions of my old calculator, or calculators from a bad batch because I was using different versions of Utilities each time, and I find it pretty strange that they all broke within 5 hours, as opposed to my previous 2 prizm's which each broke after 8 months to 2 years.