And what about those sites that are large, or will be large, but have no need for these community features? Can they expect to be de-prioritized as wikidot shifts its already stretched resources (including manpower) to this new effort? What if I do pro plus so that I can get more personal support? Does this mean that even at pro plus I'd have to wait a week to be responded to? What about the other things wikidot has committed to, like the granting of a certain number of wishes? Not to be negative, but this reads to me like "you will be more important to us if you are a .community site." I'd like to feel like I can count on wikidot to support me as much as any other site, regardless as to whether I run a wiki or not, since I have put a HUGE investment of time and effort into building a site here. I mean, I've worked my butt off for the last four years but now I'm hearing that no matter how hard I work, these other sites will be the 'flagship.' Everybody's site is VERY important to them, large and small, community or now. I think Wikidot's efforts should go into supporting what they already have going, and improving that, rather than this shift towards some new thing.