Okay, here's some feedback.
1 - It seems strange that you failed to do what a lot of people are already doing and paying us for.
2 - If you want help with an evaluation them I am sure that this can be arranged.
3 - If you want any help then this is certainly the *wrong* way to go about asking for it.
Of course, if all you want to do is come onto the forums (with a newly created id I notice) and slag us off then do not be surprised if we treat your postings with the contempt it obviously warrants.
Sorry - you got me wrong.
I still think JBoss ESB is very interesting.
And the stated things are not my personal opinion.
I suspect, that the feedback I got is very onesided, because people did not dig deep enough into it and wanted to go the easiest way - criticising what they do not understand.
But for me it is hard to judge what is really true.
In that case it would be a better approach if you provided us with some decent (for that read constructive) feedback.
We have no idea what you have been trying to do nor what issues you may have identified. It could be a simple misunderstanding, misconfiguration or indeed a bug on our part.
We are not perfect, nor do we claim to be, but we do try our best to help when people have issues.
Having said that, this is a forum and is supported on a 'best effort' basis. This will sometimes mean that our responses are tardy as our efforts may be directed elsewhere.
Just to re-enforce what Kev has said, if there are any issues then the best way of finding out what is going on (problems with our stuff, problems with yours) is to post specific requests to the forums and go into as much detail as you can. I wouldn't confuse the postings by putting a lot of information into each posting: forum posts are cheap, so if you have N separate problems to discuss then post N separate entries. If it turns out there are issues, then either you or we can raise JIRAs to get them fixed: that's in the best interests of the entire community, after all.
Obviously buying a support contract gets you more dedicated help and better/quicker responses, but the forums are here for a reason too. Use them. Thanks.