I don't think so... Let's say the truth : My biggest concern was the future of maxthon in Jeff's mind. It seems Jeff didn't give up, this is good news to me, because I had reached a point of discouragement which made me look for another browser .
Maxthon is not the most popular browser in the world, developers team is probably not very big so progress is slower than we wish. But I'm not sure other browsers communicate with users more than maxthon team does, the grass is not greener on the other side of the fence.
in the end, it's still the browser I use because I couldn't find another one that suits me. Of course I would like to get back some more Mx2 or Mx3 had, for example it should be skinnable in a easier way than it is now ; I used to send links by sms unfortunately it's no longer available , and a few more things..
But generally speaking, it's a good browser, although devs are in a hurry to post buggy updates without enough testing, and as a result thre are some compatibility issues and it crashes more often than it did in the past, this is the main issue IMO.
I'm glad to believe that maxthon still has a future. Thank you Jeff for letting us know you are still here. Communication has never been maxthon best skill; hopefully it will improve.