I was thinking about it. Normally you wouldn't unlock the bootloader if you were selling the product as a loss leader and wanted to force people to use your software/advertising/etc. This isn't the case anymore for logitech. What other reason would they not unlock the bootloader for us? It seems like it would reduce support cost because people running their own firmwares will generally be smart enough to know logitech wouldn't support anything they didn't provide. I tried contacting a couple of people at logitech regarding this issue but I wasn't able to receive any replies. Curious if someone has insight on what I'm missing.