I think the only people who are upset are the ones that have been:
1. Screaming (loudly) that analog is the only way to go and that digital sucks.
2. Extolling the virtues of MoFi’s products and using it as a basis to support point #1.
I’m a digital guy, but we all have an audiophile friend who meets the above criteria.
As for the controversy itself, I think MoFi has made a fortune using misleading advertising, as well as playing to the "word of mouth" movement during the analog resurgence of the last 15 years or so. But hey, it’s a business.
There’s no doubt that MoFi recordings are absolutely top notch. I’d be a little salty, too, though if I paid $100+ for a "One Step" pressing of what amounts to a SACD that you can buy for $30-$40.
If you like your MoFi recordings, great! Keep playing them. I certainly wouldn’t be mad enough to go smash the record in the street or anything like that, lol.
If you’re an analog only guy, perhaps re-evaluate the what’s and why’s and where you stand, and let’s all move on.