Thanks AlexT. Yeah, I see now that folks on here don't like rules (even the small ones), but non-burdensome rules make things easier for everyone, and a format for installation instructions is not burdensome. BURDENSOME is having to go back to a developer-seller multiple times for clarification on their instructions.

I suggest all buyers demand a copy of the instructions PRIOR to purchasing any product. There is definitely a TRUST issue with developers on here and their reluctance to do the minimal see more things that are asked of them. I've purchased $200 of mods in the market since January (2011) reluctantly, and intend to spend more, but I can't trust that I'll get what I need from the market, so I'm developing my own listing of trusted developers. I WOULD RECOMMEND ALL BUYERS (especially the news one) to do the same. If a developer-seller is unwilling to meet minimum requirements, they are not deserving of business.

"Damn it Superman, Bizarro strikes again."

As to what can be done -- enforce the rules; they are not burdensome. Don't allow them to sell in the Market if they don't conform. Also, give them at least ONE EXAMPLE of what is expected with regards to the Installation Instructions so they can have a sense of what they are doing right or wrong. There is no physical reference point, so they'll do things different, which is the reason why there is so much variance. And, it would be helpful to say more (rather than less) under each of the bullet points to explain what is needed.
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