Inside the DTG building, or currently inside lots of houses, there will be a mixture of people all doing what they are great at. Most of them will be very passionate about what they do. Those people are the producers, the artists, the sound team, the researchers, route builders etc. There will be people who are maybe less passionate but still take pride in their job, admin staff, sales people, support staff, cleaners, all manner of important work. Then there will be the people who might cry themselves to sleep each night, seriously questioning the choices they made in life. Those people are called accountants, and they pop up in every company, stifling the passionate and the proud but keeping the company running and the investors happy. At the very top there is the big boss, who has to juggle all this and keep the company running and balance the need for a popular good quality product and a viable business. This means he will have to listen to the accountants as much as the producers and that is why some things aren’t perfect. You also have to remember that without this chap and his vision there would be no DTG, no TS, no TSW, no whatever those fish things are called. Is that what you want? If the company existed purely to make money, they would be doing something a lot more mundane than making train simulators.