I can complain if it's free
Microsoft had better get it's act into gear. Every Access to SQL Server migration tool I've used has had serious limitations, and can handle only small systems at best.
I have used a tool supplied by Oracle to migrate an Access back end, and it worked brilliantly. It didn't require a GIG of memory, or .NET 2, only a java runtime (which most everyone will have).
I have a large system with 150+ tables and around 2000 constraints to migrate. I won't use a tool that I can't trust or isn't up to the job.
And yes, I can complain about something that's free; if it isn't up to the job it claims to do it's -worse- than useless, it robs me of my time better spent using a working methodology.