The steering coupler you made was one of the easiest things to install. Literally remove the column, remove the end of the O.E. coupler at column,and bolt yours on. It took me about an hour. The hardest part was reaching the bolt to reattach it at the gearbox.
Some people are not mechanically inclined. They want to work on their cars and upgrade them but don't fully understand what they are doing. Life is far too short to cater to a small group of people. While some of the old ones are good, the generation coming into ownership of these cars are cheap, instant gratification types.
I think so too, but mechanical inclination aside, the write up is a step by step, with pictures. Any idiot with basic hand tools should be able to manage, yet... without fail, someone refuses to read the instructions and then acts like it is my fault that they are an idiot.
That is my entire point. Installing coilovers is not hard. Especially if they would do a little research first. Then when they are not JRI quality for the cost of made in Indonesia, that are self-installing , people whine and complain and post their uneducated opinions.