I get it, it's supposed to simulate farming. Fine. But there's a reason (beyond the thousands of dollars of investment) that I'm simulating the process, rather than doing it for real - I don't Actually want to sit on a tractor for hours plowing a field.
I guess my complaint is that it's a little too real, and not enough "game." Working the farm is almost entirely tedious work, and by no means play. There's no gorgeous vistas to distract you from the tedium, no array of music - not even the country music one might playfully expect.
It's hard to learn the farming process, because you're spending such a vast amount of time doing the basic steps that it's easy to lose focus. Ways of skipping the tedium would be great - even if you could only "skip" a step by having the computer recreate your last attempt, down to the amount of hours, fuel, and total coverage you got. That way, you have to do it yourself, and you still get to do things in a remotely reasonable time - hours of tractoring, instead of days.