“There’s a lot of areas where things don’t seem to be put together right in the first place.” That’s not a line you want to hear about any product you use. But you really don’t want to hear it when it’s describing a product moving 500mph while 30,000 feet above the ground and that has you in it. NYT (Gift Article): ‘Shortcuts Everywhere’: How Boeing Favored Speed Over Quality. “Some of the crucial layers of redundancies that are supposed to ensure that Boeing’s planes are safe appear to be strained, the people said. The experience level of Boeing’s work force has dropped since the start of the pandemic. The inspection process intended to provide a vital check on work done by its mechanics has been weakened over the years. And some suppliers have struggled to adhere to quality standards while producing parts at the pace Boeing wanted them.”