Well all of the points made were of course very valid.
Early access on Steam is a try to get in to the crowdfunding action, but its a very bad way to approach it and might really be harmful to the developers as well as the players.
I mean if we talk about players we do talk about people and I have heard more than once about folks that did believe they would buy a finished product on kickstarter.
So that is how difficult it is to do it right, even a whole platform dedicated to crowdfunding can be misunderstood.
Now buying a game with a small disclaimer on steam… I don’t know… I actually never bought an early access game on steam besides KSP and that only after thoroughly checking it up.
Crowdfunding is a very very good thing, but involves a whole new set of risks and I believe its a too precious idea to be tainted by solutions that add unnecessary additional problems on top.