My problem with evolution is that it is presented as fact even though the theory is incomplete.
There is no such thing as an incomplete theory. It either works, or it doesn't. If you perceive it to not work, then find evidence that shows how it doesn't work, and collect your Nobel prize. It's that easy. Please dig a fossil out of the ground that defies the theory, by appearing out of the wrong rock strata, or find a fossil which shows that God forced development from one animal to another.
Evolution is never truly presented as a fact, except by people who are doing polemics.
Re: incomplete theories. The atomic physics "Standard Model" has been incredibly successful. All the particles that it predicts have been found, except for the Higgs Boson. Does the lack of finding the Higgs mean that it is incomplete? Or, does it mean that the theory has worked very well, up to this point, and nobody has managed to fault it?
Newton's theory motion worked very well, until Relativity was discovered, but up to that point, nobody knew it was not working. Creationists seem to know that evolution doesn't work, without having any evidence that it doesn't.