I totally get the frustration of the people in the community. Being something that was done without prior communication or notice is indeed a poor business practice and will absolutely hinder customer trust... However, I do believe if a middle ground can be reached, the situation can be turned around. I think that anybody who works for a living can understand the value of their time while at work. And I cannot imagine the countless hours these guys have put into the bot. I can understand having a need to compensate their time to put out a product we can all be happy with. Personally, I tend to be an optimist. And I will hope the community gives the developers of the bot a chance to redeem themselves. I know many wont agree with this, but I urge people to put themselves on the developers shoes. The same way, I urge Bossland to put himself on the shoes of all the users. Like I mentioned before... perhaps a middle ground can be met. For example: Where keys are reactivated and proper notice is given with a reasonable amount of time to hopefully regain some of the trust from the community. Maybe even reduced, competitive rates to all or at least those who have previously committed to a lifetime membership. This is just my 2 cents, as someone who can understand both sides of the spectrum. Cheers.