I doubt the folks at Kunos read these comments and think: "Ha ha ha! If that's so, we'll ask 200$ for the next DLC... Suckers!!" They are aware that overcharging for DLC will kill the game. Personally, the reason I didn't buy rFactor 2 during the last Christmas Steam sale was the price of the DLCs. I wanted to get the Formula E pack and a couple of tracks like Le Mans or Sebring, but I find them too expensive. It's also why I don't subscribe to iRacing. The Raceroom tracks and cars are quite affordable, I think. And so were the Assetto Corsa DLCs.While I love the DLC and Kunos for their work, I am absolutely embarrassed to see these 'I'll buy it at any price' comments - do you guys have even the slightest idea about how market economy, supply and demand works!?
Maybe you are very well off, but statements like these are precisely what make demand elasticity more and more rigid, naturally pushing a - make no mistake - market-driven business to push prices higher and higher, looking for that elusive reservation price of its customers.
So maybe you are well off, and you think you don't care about what price you pay, but a) not everyone is like you, and b) if you continue making statements like this, the supply is eventually going to hit (and possibly race past) your own reservation price too. (Because everyone has one, even if you're not consciously aware of it - say, it's $100, $200, your monthly clothing bill, or $500...)
Sorry for the rant, but please... be more responsible.