Strongly agree with you. DROP needs to totally rethink what their value proposition is and what their pricing model should be. It used to be pay upfront, get a group discounted price with the trade off of waiting longer for delivery. The original collaborations started off being good quality and value but their prices have been steadily jacked up since then, on past and new collaborations. Now they appear to try their luck charging a lot upfront to the original drop participants and then selling their extra inventory on sale later. Which, like you said, will in turn kill off interest in people who join up front because they've been burned many times over like this. People like me.