As much as I love this sim, the one thing keeping me off of playing this to the extent I really should is the way that DLC is managed/priced. In my honest opinion, the DLC is vastly overpriced in comparasion to other sims (such as AC1), and it really doesn't help that you have to spend an intense amount of money buying every DLC seperately (easily within the £150 mark if my maths are correct). I myself would recommend roughly halfing the price of DLCs as they are now, as I believe that having to pay upwards of £5 for single cars is frankly too much, even acknowledging the massive amount of effort that goes into each car. The same also applies for tracks, even though I don't honestly mind paying a little extra for the laser-scanned ones. This poor pricing of DLCs is one of the things I believe is keeping rF2 from its full potential for both more casual and serious players alike, and as well as this, I would highly recommend creating some sort of Ultimate version or something else of the sorts, where every DLC is packaged in one bundle, as well as giving access to all future DLCs for free once this version is bought. I'd recommend a rough price of about £60-80, considering the prices of other games on the market. This is just my personal beliefs however, and I'm attempting to consider both S397's efforts and the average consumer's budget they can reasonably spend on a single sim.