Yes, I agree with you on the potential logistic nightmare. I believe I was the first here to bring up the potential "logistic issues" with the Pfizer vaccine when their initial glowing report came out. It is a huge issue. In fact, I was just chatting with a colleague of mine in the hallway and I told him that I would choose the Moderna vaccine over the Pfizer vaccine, if I have a choice, because of the high risk of potentially messing up the ideal temperature during transit and storage.
By the way, the Moderna vaccine is stable at -20 deg C, which is the typical temperature of our kitchen freezer. So handling the Moderna vaccine is a lot easier than the Pfizer one. Transporting samples that must be kept at -20 is easy. And storing them is also a lot easier since every facility should be some kind of a kitchen freezer.
I'm not sure about calling it a "criminal manner"... Every company has its right to advertise their products. As long as they faithfully and accurately report their findings, they are ok. If they manipulate their data, then it's criminal. It's up to the government to evaluate each claim unbiased and comes up with a decision.
Should there be any concern that they might have taken short cuts in the rush to come out with a vaccine?