There are recently a few difficulties with MRA. Users reporting "holes" in their routes, downloads that don't work anymore ...
Its the consequence of a the very volatile environment that MRA is working in. MRA is depending on Google, and Here, and .... who all have their own commercial and development/bug fixing path and can make changes that impact the functioning of MRA. There is also the development path of MRA itself and god knows how easy it is to program one new function that upsets a range of old and trusted existing functions.
And then there is the almighty user who innocently and on the fly invents the most incredible ways to discover and exploit any bug or weakness that even the most methodical testers can't discover. It shows the need for programmers to maintain an unwavering cool in addressing the most exotic errors. It definitively shows how much we take for granted that every function simply works, all the time.
The recent hick-ups just underline how good it all is, I am impressed.