So, generally speaking, I don't. It's a shame as I do have a large amount of disposable income, as I am sure a lot of people playing this game do. I waste cash from day to day on all sorts of frivolous follies such as fad health foods, over the top deserts, high priced pharmaceuticals, antique British sports cars, real life pets, follies in the garden, holidays, paying other people to do jobs around my houses and land that I don't want to do myself and on instruments and equipment for my job. However when I do fritter my cash away I don't like to feel like a silly ****er. I like to feel as if the money I am spending is worth the item I am getting. I'll happily buy an antique ebony and gold inlaid music stand as the price reflects the worth of the item. I've spent a few quid on this game. T4 pets, few constumes, lots of LT upper and some inventory, all the worker housing, a bit of stables, a few artisans and all the usual sort of stuff. I quite enjoyed it at first, but quite quickly I began to feel that uncomfortable feeling that is someone not lubing up before they slip inside your wallet. I've let my bank account do the talking now as I've more or less stopped buying pearls for the moment. I will happily open my wallet again once, or if, prices are made suitable for my perception of worth. Here are some suggestions - Outfits - £10 - £15 max. Horse outfits £8 - £12 max. Tent - £20 Max. LT - I'd buy for all 14 characters at between 1/4 and 1/3 the current prices. Alternatively, make a loyalty scheme - each time you buy a LT item, the costs goes down. Inventory - Same as LT, 1/4 and I would work at all 14 characters having it, until such a point I will buy no more. Storage Space - Same deal, I maxed the Calpehon, Serendian ones etc, and now have stopped buying them. Make them more sensibly priced and I would likely buy them all. Anyway thanks for the game, still having some fun here - just thought you mind find it helpful to get some feedback as to why at least one of your 'spenders' has stopped spending.