Too bad Boeing didn't stop to think that putting engines too large to fit under the wings of a 60 year old aircraft might be a bad idea. Too bad Boeing didn't stop to think that putting these over large engines forward of their normal position and making the aircraft apt to stall under thrust was a bad idea. Too bad Boeing tried to use software to fix a hardware problem, and that software was poorly designed, seemingly untested in certain conditions and then implementing it without telling anyone. Bizarre. And a pox on Boeing for trying to blame the pilots. I agree the FAA is too close to industry, but in this case, this plane should never have got off the drawing board. The plane represents a sad decline in Boeings culture, putting $$$$$ way before safety.