I've seen others praise this feature but it seems a bit borked to me. The things that bother me most: - I didn't find any means of checking goods on sale and their prices without popping over to the village with a carriage or ship. I'm not talking about the 'wanted' goods, merely any goods they may want to purchase or sell. - Those 'wanted' goods appear very random. Sometimes I receive about the same price I paid for the goods, sometimes half of it, sometimes nearly triple. And yes, the villages had plenty of money left in all cases. Sure, it's all good when producing those goods myself (all money made is profit then) but a lot more work than selling back in the old continent. - Ditto with Trade Goods. The natives sometimes offer a fair price with some profit margin, sometimes I make a loss. There appears to be no logic to it and, again, no means of verifying before accosting a village. - There doesn't appear to be any means of automating trade with natives. All in all it seems a lot of micromanagement hassle without any guarantees of profit. So enlighten me, what is so great about trading with the natives? Did I miss something there?