The sales pitch is horrible. I like the idea of this small library, however "Baucis is tested with over 130 Mocha.js tests" does not sell it for me. 130 tests, that's nothing. I can see way more tests than that for something so complex. Think of all the weird kind of HTTP requests (headers, body, malformed urls, etc.), those need to be accounted for in the tests if it claims to be production-ready. "Takes full advantage of Node and Mongo for awesome scalability" -> Please, those two things can create very unscalable solutions. The programming language has little to do with how scalable a program will be. I do like though: - semver for versioning - Swagger integration - Express compatibility I just prefer less sales-y stuff. The audience is programmers, probably knowledgeable ones. The site should include less fallacies meant to sell. One more thing: The site "looks" nice, but the first few scrolls are painful on my browser and I'm on powerful computer here with a dedicated graphics card.