No, it does matter which party a consumer ends up blaming. It's just like blaming Microsoft for the lack of apps, which achieves as much as a user leaving a bad review for a product because the 3rd party seller messed up shipping. All bugs should be reported to the app vendor; I've gotten a number of bugs fixed this way when interacting with the actual devs. The onus is on the user to communicate properly. Throwing random flames in the wrong direction simply means nothing will get fixed, and a bad reputation would be wrongly attached to a product when the problem lies elsewhere. It's not smart consumerism. I would never use a Mac because the platform isn't supported for gaming, for example, but that doesn't mean I'm going to blame the Mac hardware and OS; obviously it's because the devs don't support it. Macs are fine for other things.
I never blamed or said I was blaming Microsoft for the issues. My point is that I can't use RT for Evernote which is a must-have feature for me and that's why I would prefer a full Windows 8 tablet. I didn't say no one else should use RT, I just can't use it myself for what I need to do. Another example is the kindle app. Between Evernote and the Kindle app, that's like 75% of what I use tablets for! The Kindle app has bugs too. (At least on my Surface). So the original post by another member that I was responding to said something about wanting full Windows on an 8 inch tablet was dumb... or something to that effect. I was merely stating that an example for me wanting full Windows is a better Evernote experience. Now I add a better Kindle experience and stand by my original statement.