I do not trust computers, they are more capable than I and for me unpredictable. I like airplanes with a clean upper wing surface, a smooth airflow***. You can clutter up the bottom of the wing, , but keep the area above the leading edge clean for an undisturbed, sucking stream. Looking at the pictures, Boeing on the 737 max had lifted the bigger engines up into that critical forward area, rather than working on a higher landing gear. Airflow over the wing would stall earlier when disturbed by these 2 obstructions, programming the computer to keep the nose lower to prevent that earlier stall is a fix but not a good solution. Pilots overruling the computer entered into the dangerous situation, that the program tried to forestall. the stall. In other words: the computer might not have been wrong, switching the autopilot off, did not make the stall disappear. or? An Air France Airbus between Brazil and Paris crashed too, because the air flow detectors were inoperative and fooled the computer and the crew. *** most ridiculous bad design: Dornier's DO X flying boat with 12 engines in a scaffolding on top of the wing. never could fly well out of ground effect.