No worries Isaac. I too get frustrated sometimes.
The b9 is a great machine, but it all depends on what your applications are. My machine was from the first kickstarter batch, so it had it's quirks (z-axis sticking, alpha software, no proper calibration instructions, etc). I did sell it and got the form1.
The new version will have an HD projector, so you can choose between a larger build area or more resolution.
I do like the Form1 more as a printer (not necessarily for jewelry) but it's more predictable when it comes to the output, while on the b9, you have to really know what you are doing and with every different type of part, you may need new settings and those usually come at the cost of a few failed prints and trial and error.
But when you do get it right, the quality of the prints is great. Not Envisiontec quality, but great for the price.
I have some jeweler clients who decided to get a b9 because they thought they can save money by not paying a service bureau for their prints, and ended up selling it a week later, and crawled back to using a service bureau. It's definitely not a click and print type of a machine.