I came across a sentence like this:
(A) Many have been buggy or poor experiences.
It sounds wrong and I would have written that like this:
(B) Many have been buggy or have poor experiences.
The problem with (A) seems to be with the Parallelism requiring splitting "have been" to just "have", which makes it bad.
Is (A) wrong grammatically ?
If so, why is it improper to split "have been" to "have" in Parallelism ?