Yes I am. My wife had excellent ACA insurance through the Idaho state exchange for four years. It was affordable (with tax credits), zero deductible, low copayment. There was a point where we were both students and she was paying less than $100 out of pocket expenses a year, including premiums and deductibles.
I'm sorry if it doesn't fit your narrative, but the ACA provided affordable insurance to many people in many places for the first time in their lives. Like my wife. And it was better than my employer provided plan. In fact, even after four years of jacked up premiums, when I started making too much money for us to get tax credits to offset her premiums, her plan was still cheaper than my employer provided plan. We were forced to change her to my employer plan because she was eligible for coverage as my wife: therefore ineligible for an ACA plan through the Idaho exchange.
So yes, I'm aware many people say they haven't been able to afford an ACA plan. But the idea that they were all bad plans is total ■■■■■■■■ and completely counterfactual. Sorry you didn't like it, but honestly it sounds like you have no idea what you're talking about.