This post is in no way knocking SLP's products and services
Cut them some slack?
Who's bright idea was it to show off some half ass finished products? Real slick move... why would any company making a product try to show it off with unfinished prototypes that are not fitted correctly?
What a waste of time.
You want customers to look at a poorly fitted spoiler and then hope they "cut you slack" and still hope they see it, use their imagination, and say to themselves "yeah I'll buy that".
C'mon now, talk about a poor marketing strategy if you ask me.