Mr. Backshop, while not even the appropriate site to address this further, allow it to be noted that the two fatal incidents occurred on foreign flag carriers; one of which "not exactly known" for its safety record.
The MAX has had serious design flaws; and that Boeing pitched it to airlines that no "sim" training beyond that ordinarily required was indeed "reckless". The judiciary has and will hold them accountable for such. There was a lengthy New York Times Magazine article
printed during September '19 regarding the whole debacle. Within it was noted how on the Indonesian airline, a potentially fatal incident was avoided. The system started to "act up", however, there was a Check Pilot on the Flight Deck who knew what to do. He simply threw a switch disabling the system, and the assigned Officers simply flew the aircraft to destination without further incident.
As far as I'm concerned (and maybe I say this because "I haven't got long to go"), yank an aircraft off the storage line, round up a certified flight crew, gas 'er up, and let's go for a spin.
But the point of my comment was simply that, in view of how eleven V-II Diners and so far as I know eleven Sleepers, are stored and otherwise not available for revenue service, neither American, Southwest, or United (Delta never ordered the MAX) are in any rush to have any new aircraft delivered, as is Amtrak regarding the V-II's.
So, read this before it gets killed.