It's more the principle of the matter that upsets people. The music, on its own, in a vacuum, is not enough to decry the entire product of Origins. Modders are going to fix these issues day one, and even if they don't, fans have the Decomps and A.I.R. to fall back on which are going to be superior versions anyway. And most people who play this, normies, are going to like the music perfectly fine. Rather, it's the sheer audacity, and idiocy, of how SEGA has handled this collection that makes people uncomfortable with giving them their money. Between ignoring and sweeping the music issue under the rug, lying about how involved Jun was in the production of it, using inferior versions of FM sound sources they ought to have in their archives, locking basic functions like widescreen behind the Anniversary mode like this is fucking Sonic 1 GBA, failing to include new Sonic 2 development materials that we KNOW they have in the museum (on top of lying that what was included were "never-before-seen" materials), the whole Denuvo thing, and dangling the prospect of further Classic games over our heads "if it's successful" as if Generations and Mania weren't enough, I certainly am not happy with SEGA's behavior. EDIT: Also the price. Seriously, what the fuck?