This idea came up during the discussion about CREDD, and basically how it was good to have a flat subscription because that was the best way to pay for major updates like raids and stuff. But what about players that don't do raids? Why should their monthly fee go into developing content that they have no interest in? So that's where I thought of the idea to micro-fund each aspect of the game. Basically, it would work like this, you could give them a dollar, and for a dollar, you would get 100 "Funding chits." There could also be a flat monthly rate available of $15 per month, for which you'd get your 1500 chits, and maybe some bonus ones, like another 250-500. You would then be able to use an in-game interface to dump these chits into various features that you want to see them develop further. Do you only raid and only want them to make more raids? Dump all your chits into the "New Raid" pool. Do you only work on building your house? Dump them into the "more housing options" pool. Do you play all aspects of the game? Split your points 50 here, 100 there, whatever, or perhaps they could just have a "general" pool you could dump points into, which means they develop whatever they like. If you really want to see a certain feature expanded, and have plenty of money to burn, you could buy an infinite number of chits, so go to town. If you don't have a lot of free cash but enjoy the game you bought for $60 and don't need anything more from it, then don't worry about it, just keep playing and having fun. As milestones are met and new features are added, they could choose to give them to all players, or they could choose to restrict them, at least temporarily, to those that chipped in, for example if they released a new raid due to the raid pool overflowing, they could restrict it to only those who put in at least $5-10 to make that happen, and then a few months later open it to all. Of course if you got there and the raid had already started before you could help fund it you would still be able to spend your $5-10 and get immediate access. For those that really like a monthly fee that works exactly like WoW's does, then very little would change for you. Just pay your $15, dump your chits into the general pool, and move on. For those that like a monthly fee but would like a little more control over the future of the game, buy your $15 in chits and put them to work on the project that would improve your gaming experience. If you don't like a monthly sub, that's fine too, chip in what you can, when you can, where you care to and it's all good.