I agree with the quests being somewhat lacking in balance. In that beer brewery mission, I had no idea that if I drank one beer bottle I could slowly die and there was nothing I could do about it then. Well, I didn't have the exact medicine with me and wouldn't know which medicine was the right one. They are fun though, but unless you're familiar with the game, you'll miss some basic stuff. I remember my first time spending all of my ammo on a Admin Core only to find out two things when I visited the forums: 1. I could point my multitool to a block and see if I was doing damage to it and how much damage. 2. Admin Cores are indestructible. On the positive sides: a) I find most of the POIs very well built, some are very complex with multiple levels, dangers and loot. b) Not many survival games allow you to publish your own creations to Steam Workshop. The user can easily integrate a new ship and base to their ongoing game without any hassle. And he can also modify it at will once it's loaded in the game. c) The open configuration files. You can do almost anything to enhance your experience and Eleon is still improving that. We can even mod the blocks now. d) The community. People like jrandall, spanj, ravien_ff, Vermillion, Escarli, Kaeser and many other talented members constantly improve the game.