Do you think a standard £24.99 for DLC’s are acceptable? I’ve been looking at the length of previous DLC’s (not counting Heavy Haul as it’s not on console. I’ve also excluded GWE, Rapid Transit & NEC as they came in a bundle with TSW console version). I’ve worked out the price for each DLC per mile of track in each route released. *route distances were taken from https://train-sim-world.fandom.com/wiki/Train_Sim_World_Wiki which was created by NorthRail1 Ruhr Sieg Nord (DE) £24.99, 38 miles (61km), £0.65 per mile Long Island Rail Road (US) £24.99, 42 miles (68km), £0.59 per mile Northern Trans-Pennine (UK) £24.99, 43 miles (69km), £0.58 per mile Main-Spessart Bahn (DE) £24.99 40 miles (65km), £0.62 per mile Tees Valley Line (UK) £24.99, 27 miles (43km), £0.92per mile Peninsular Corridor (US) £24.99, 47 miles (75km), £0.53 per mile Rhein-Ruhr Osten (DE) £24.99, 26 miles (42km), £0.96 per mile East Coast Way (UK) £24.99, 30 miles (48km), £0.83 per mile Oakville Subdivision (CN) £24.99, 24 miles (37km), £1.04 per mile It’s quite clear that DTG are releasing shorter routes for the same price as longer ones which means they’ll make more money as it takes less time and resources to create compared to a longer route. Whether we like it or not, DTG pumping out shorter routes and still charging the same price make sense for them, I don’t agree with it but those who make the decision will see this as the best way to milk us of £££ for as little work as possible. 4 out of the last 5 DLC’s have been 30 miles and under. Let’s see what length the next DLC is because if it’s around the similar distance you can bet that’s their “sweet spot” and they’ll continue to churn out shorter routes over longer routes people would want to see.