Thanks for your response. I'm not trying to tear down what you've created here and I recognize its value to the Zendrum community--I wasn't seeing any updates to questions I was asking here, and after looking at what the program offers on the website, it didn't seem like a lot was actually unlocked by the software, and that it was more a tool to configure the instrument. I'm glad that more unlocked features are in the works, and that subscribers are most likely going to be "grandfathered" into a new license system... I can more easily get behind a $100 program if lifetime updates are included and if it significantly expands functionality of my instrument.
Obviously I don't know how many users of ZenEdit are out there, but I've done A LOT of reading and I primarily see the same "core group" on the ZenEdit forums and on the Zendrum forums here on this site. With well over 1000 Zendrums out in the field, I have to wonder if you're reaching the whole market, and how many more people would flock to your program and drive up your revenue if the cost were lowered a little bit. But that hinges on information I'm not privy to, and as the creator it's up to you to decide and set the cost on the product you're creating, and it's up to the consumers to determine the value to themselves, as always. Once my tax refund hits, I'll likely set aside part of it for a ZenEdit license.