Yes, everybody wants longer routes. The unstated premise here is that those longer routes would still cost USD 29.99 (or the equivalent). But let's face it, routes are not going to become substantially longer at that price (they might increase a bit in length, as the route building teams become more experienced and the asset base grows, but I would guess that increase will be no more than 20%). If we want substantially longer routes, we have to pay substantially higher prices. My assumption here is that about half of the cost of the route goes toward the actual route building (the other half going toward assets, rolling stock, etc.), so that increasing the price of the route by 50% could potentially double the economically feasible route length. I have no idea if that's even halfway reasonable. Based on these (very rough) assumptions, what would be your ideal price point for longer routes?