This was exactly my point. I am very appreciative of the modding community for all their work. I've said many times if I invent cold fusion or win a massive lottery I'd pay some of these people to do more. My point was it felt Civ V was released too early and I *personally* believe it may have been done so because the non-gamers involved (i.e. the money-people) felt that at worst the modding community (unpaid for their work) would 'cover' their butts. I feel this is unfair to us paying customers and unfair to the modders. Plus it is unfair to the Civ V game designers who *are* paid because they are going to get a lot of flack for a decision which they probably got over-ruled on. Additionally, I don't like how most of the content I see coming via FB and game journals is about how awesome Civ V is. I can't see how this can be since every time something like this pops up, legions of disgruntled fans list issues that haven't been resolved. So perhaps the 2K/Firaxis people need to be more worried about putting in hotseat, fixing bugs, and other things rather than rolling out the new FB version of Civ.