Maybe the thing will develop in a more user friendly direction. If it does, I'll reconsider. But the way it is now, like I said, it represents everything I don't like -- dumbing the user down, unnecessary and inconvenient blackboxing*, dubious functionality coupled with a lot of noisemaking and who-ha. This is the stuff comedy is made of. But the joke is only funny the first few times...
I don't feel I owe the developer anything if the developer can't be bothered to consider how I feel about what s/he's done. I do generally appreciate mozilla, but there must be quite a few cooks in that kitchen**, and obviously they aren't all meeting my standards. Boo hoo.
* blackboxing for convenience is good, but effectively "blackboxing" by default because you are too lazy to expose to the user some degree of functionality is just lazy.
** if bug reporting is important to any of the ones who didn't work on "the bug reporter", mebbe one of them can grab a throat and start asking the hard questions, lol.