This looks like it will be a very good game but you can always tell when the corporate-management-types and bean counters have had too much say in development... To buy anything you need vRP (points). Where I live it costs US$6.47 to buy 500 points. The track I want costs 549 points. I can't just buy 549 points. To get the track I have to buy either 2 X 500 points for US$12.94 or I can buy 1100 points for US$12.95. But this means I have to pay about $13 for a track that is priced at $7.11 (it works out at roughly 1.3c per point). I realise I can then get a car or another track, but that's not the point. The point is I want to buy something that they have priced at $7.11 but they want to charge me $13 (and give me the equivalent of a store voucher for the remainder!). Imagine going into your supermarket and buying a litre of milk and being told "Our price for milk is $2.50, but we are charging you $10.00 and giving you a $7.50 store voucher which you can use to buy anything else you want." I'd walk out at that point. I suspect most people would. Look, I realise we get the base game for free and I realise they have every right to charge what they like and how they like for additional content. But the method chosen means that in the end everyone on their final purchase will always have to pay for points they can't use (unless they can cleverly spend every last point). That makes me feel like I'm being ripped off and that's the bit I don't like. Thanks for reading my rant.