This argument about 'transparency' has been going on for a while
That's the only fact that's relevant.
The point is that, for whatever reason, there is a steady stream of people who do not understand how the Stardock subscription works and it comes as an unpleasant surprise to them when they do.
It doesn't matter whether they're daft for not knowing this or that they've missed all the bits that point out it's a subscription. It's not that. It's that there is a not insignificant number of people who do miss all this and are not too happy when they find out. Regardless of the reason for their confusion, wouldn't it just be better to eliminate that confusion in the first place? After all, no one wants an upset customer, do they?
understand that it's a subscription; you
read all the text properly; you
know exactly what you're buying into. But plenty of people don't
. The suggestion was to make it more explicit to remove any confusion. Surely nobody can be against that, huh? How could removing confusion cause anyone any problems? And yet here we are yet again with posts railing against those who were confused.
PS Jafo, I don't know if you're a moderator or what, but (and I mean this in the nicest possible way) maybe click the karma button instead of a five word post that adds nothing to the conversation, except to agree with the person above.