This is not a gripe, it is more or less about something I have noticed. There is a lot of activity in the Resources section and I think it is great. But a lot of people are charging, what I would consider would add-up to a considerable amount of money, for things like social plugins to share a message, or a few lines of code to put Recent Threads on your sidebar. Please note, I am not singling out any single author, but just setting up the example. If I had unlimited funds, I would have no problem buying all of these add-ons and trying them out. However, what is the big encouragement to buy these add-ons? Should, for example, paid add-ons require certain prerequisites? What if you buy an add-on and the quality is not what you expected? For example, should paid add-ons require mandatory customer support for the life of it being in "paid" status? Should paid add-ons be in a feature complete status only? Should paid add-ons require a certain amount of functionality be added before it should be payable? Should paid add-ons be reviewed by XF staff before they can be added to that part of the market place? I went to a person who helped me move content that I extracted from my old database, with a paid add-on, into the regular XenForo thread format. This person did not ask for anything. Instead, they allowed me to donate what I thought this was worth to me. That seems like a fair market offer. I know that this merit system does not work, in general, but my point is I am noticing a lot of add-ons that seem to do things one major add-on probably should, that should cost the same amount of money. Does anyone here agree with this? Why or why not? What would you contribute to these thoughts?