The notion that all things claiming to be good must be held up against The Best of the Best is a mistaken, irrelevant, and painfully uninteresting falsity.
So you think that the hot dog stand at the ice skating ring should have four people instead of one serving it, so you can get your food faster? Or that the consumer watchdog program should unveil master conspiracies every week? Or that your favorite discussion board should remember your name, let you instant message with your friends, alert you on new messages, and more?
Don't. The world doesn't revolve around you and your needs. People and organizations aren't working to please you. Rather, they're working to please a coarsely-grained super-type of you. One that rarely exceed or even meet all your imaginable needs.
Nobody is working to create the Best of the Best bar nothing. It's all under the constraints of certain resources. Time, money, skill. If you let your sense of comparison include this sense constraint, a happier life awaits. You'll be able to appreciate people and organizations doing good or even awesome things in light of not the Best of the Best, but the constraints governing their situation.