HA!!! Here's something we can agree on, sometimes the world/internet/companies forget about us....act like were some minor country and not the 2nd largest country in the world. Woot 2 for 2...yeah sorry roadblock when Destrin said "does anyone work for free" he was referring to the fact that he thinks F2P makes no money...he's wrong of course and I really wish we would start using a different term for it...Commission or A-La-Carte would be apt terms but again I prefer the B2P+Expansions model because its a guarantee that the devs will continue to give us quality content because as long as they do so we'll keep buying the expansions and all will be well...if they make a bad expansion few people will buy it but the people who find the content dissatisfied are not kicked out of the game for disagreeing with the devs decisions. I wouldn't complain...at least I'd get a general idea of whether I even care about the game at all or if its worth keeping an eye on the for when it goes F2P or at least the monthly price is lowered. Also who knows maybe this will be the greatest game that has ever been or will be created and it will hurt my very existence to not play it 15/month be damned...you never know (or you know the community will police itself as far as CREDD goes and it will actually be a viable option...unlikely I know but a man can dream) Give me a general idea of your preferred MMO style...the more detailed the better (and no P2P is not a style) and I'll see if I can find a few MMOs to suggest, I think your view of the F2P/B2P market is skewed....also for a fun experiment if you even have an inkling that you might like an MMO I show you try spending approx 15$ a month on w/e that MMO store points happen to be and see what happens. I'm actually really surprised NC Soft allowed Carbine to go P2P when all their other MMOs are F2P...I still think a P2P ONLY model is doomed to fail and I hope Carbine learns before its too late to recover. @Cash Shop Question: I'll edit this post with the exact video but I'm pretty sure it was the housing dev speak that they mentioned being able to buy furniture etc. in our cash shop.