Before uploading anything to steam I would like to know the following. What will happen with actual remote content in the launcher? I hope it disappears and something will be done so that non steam users have access to the workshop content as well. If I am not wrong, steam users can access remote content. It would be ridiculous to maintain two different places. As a non steam user I will not feed anything from which I will not be able to benefit. Furrthermore, I didn't need any instructions to upload to remote content. This workshop thing is much more complicated. It requires downloading an external app and fill a text file for each component you upload. This move to the wrokshop is IMO a fancy thing. It is not practical. If I am not wrong you cannot even separate tracks from cars in the workshop!! I really prefer to manually download updates and use the one I want. I really prefer mod manager to manage and filter stuff. The move to steam made by ISI is clearly a seek for new customers rather than something to benefit "old users". Whoever who thinks that ISI's first priority are present customers is quite blind. We are a second or even a third dish. Those wonderful promotions for newcomers forgetting about people which have supported rF2 from the very beginning is quite significant. Denying the possibility to upgrade to lifetime in better conditions than newcomers to those that maybe didn't have the money to go for lifetime at that time is not caring about customers. Forgetting about leagues actually using older builds and forcing them to change their policy if they want steam newcomers in their championships.