A side effect of that is that it might build up unreasonable expectations. MSFS is out for two years now and many developers have already forayed into the arena that used to be A2A's exclusive forte (state saving, more alive instruments, simulated oil, fuel and electrical systems, maintenance, engine damage etc.). Some examples are the Blackbird (aka MilViz) Cessna 310, the WB Sim 172 Enhancement Mod or the Just Flight Arrows.
Of course, with A2A not releasing any aircraft in all that time, citing a big road block that held them back (but apparently no other developers, including PMDG with their highly complex 737) and not providing any infos on what's to come, we are expecting nothing short of the most amazing add-on ever created for any simulator ever.
Maybe it is! Who knows? But my gut tells me, we are being set up for a disappointment. We lift the first A2A aircraft for MSFS onto such a high pedastal with our expecations that it's probably impossible to meet them. No one would be more happy than me if I was wrong though ... well, we'll see. Eventually.