The thing that bothers me the most about all of this is that I know for a fact that I'll be paying the £35, probably at or soon after the first release. I want London Brighton, I want NEC. I could sit here spitefully holding out for a 50% sale, and then I would spend nearly as much and not get the products for probably six months. But I really wanted Dresden. I was so excited at finally getting something that was hinted at with HRR, a living network, busy routes, multiple options. I'm so disappointed with this humiliating climb down that I now want nothing to do with it, but I'm going to end up stuck with it anyway. Where's the option for me to vote with my wallet? To tell DTG in a loud, steady voice that this has finally broken my support of the company. I've defended them to the hilt, and this is it now, I'm done. But there's no competitor product, and if I simply stop patronising DTG then it will be me that suffers. They tell us that they listen, but they don't hear. How many times do we get "we know" as a response to a complaint? How many times do we get told "we've learned our lessons"? And now, what they take out of this situation is that the fault is too much communication. Is this the first step to disappearing back behind the curtain? Are we on the road, so to speak, to losing roadmaps and just getting random DLCs chucked in our direction every now and then? I've spent hundreds. I've got nearly everything they've released for TSW1 and 2. I hate it. And I'll still buy Rush Hour. I guess this means they win.