Sorry, I said those things because they're true. Don't get all whiny because someone doesn't praise your half-assed work. I'm trying to help you fix it, and I've already sent you all this information. The public deserves to know how difficult a plugin is to use and any troubles experienced developers are having with your software.
Just so you know, your Commercial License installation instructions advised me to install "1 Flash Gallery." This plugin DOES NOT EXIST anymore. This to me, sums up the entire experience I've had with "Ready!."
I'm only using your software. A supported theme by you, most up to date WP core, and your plugin. Maybe you should try this to test for bugs? Maybe try to test all the modern browsers, too. I spent $80 on your software today, and so far its not worth it if it were free.
Now that you have my back-story, these are the problems again:
The Shipping module doesn't work as advertised. The Shipping calculations (discounts for certain dollar amounts) does not work. On the view cart page, when you select your shipping it takes whatever number you put in "19.99", multiplies by 2, and then subtracts from the original shipping rate (so in my case 49.99 - (19.99*2) ). But when you go to the final confirm page, it changes the shipping rate to what you actually put ("19.99"). It also makes the user select one of the options. This is crazy, because If there are 5 options, and the user can only make 1 valid choice, then why display 4 invalid options?! Just select the one that meets the conditions.
I had to hack your plugin and "supported theme" to actually get a decent wrapper around anything (so that there was some sort of padding on the page), which is not a big deal unless I paid $40 for a "supported theme." There are validation errors/issues on every form. I've already sent you all these details, but the public deserves to know the condition this plugin is in so they don't go spending upwards of $100 on software that is not even past an alpha phase IMO.
There are also ads for your plugin right in the middle of my content area––for a paid plugin with no hooks to disable them.