At almost 3 hours since this poll was posted, I did the following analysis.

1. I discarded stats for <1 year (infant mortality)

2. I summed the average years for the 'happy campers' (31 people, w/ mid-point in the years, being counted as their 'ownership period');

3. I summed the average years for the 'WTF eMMC failure?' (3 people, as per #2).

4. totaled the good (#2) with the bad (#3) years, to reach 103 car-years of operation.

5. Divided the result of #4 by the 'unhappy campers: 103/3.

Assuming that these accounts are representative of the larger ownership... it looks like there are 3 failures in 103 years of operation. Having said that, if my math and assumptions are correct, we can expect around 1 failure in 34 years of operation.

My assumptions:

- Each respondent drives a normal amount, annually, and accordingly, exercises the eMMC logging the typical amount;
- We are not getting unusually high responses from the 'squeaky wheel gets the grease' crowd, i.e., unaffected people are equally as likely to respond;
- My sample set is big enough <- Hah!, there are only 3 'unhappy campers'... so more data is needed.