I apologize. I tried to remove my vote after placing it, but couldn't figure out how. I guess I'm not that familiar with the polling option in this forum. I originally voted to see what the responses were, I now see that wasn't necessary.
Anyway I'm not sure of the overall legitimacy of the poll even without my vote. Since you are posting the poll on a support forum, most likely only users having problems and looking for support will be the ones to find your poll in the first place. Also you pre-empt the voting by imposing your opinion in the very first post right where the poll is introduced. You would get a different set of responses if you say "I for one love it" as opposed to "I for one am experiencing an unacceptable number of issues". Someone that disagrees with the premise of the post may refrain from voting, since it wouldn't help the cause you are promoting, which could easily be construed as finding troubled users in your similar situation.
It appears this poll is specifically designed to try to capture dissatisfied users, and not a true representation of statistical satisfaction. The comments are a lot more revealing than the poll is. It would be interesting to cross reference satisfaction over time using the solution as well. My guess is that most of the people dissatisfied haven't even gotten it to install and may have server configuration issues, which would also distort the poll's numbers to the negative.
I'm not trying to discount the users that need help in this forum, I'm just explaining that this poll was never created with unbiased intentions on getting results. It is designed to capture the dissatisfied user more than to provide quantifiable results. I apologize for further muddying the results with my opposite bias.