Trouble is, I'm starting to suspect that we're not the ones they're trying to reach. We're no longer the target market. And in some cases, some of us never were. I'm done complaining about this. There was that brief moment where they seemed to take complaints to heart. I almost got banned for it, but there seemed to be a change in the way things were being done. Now I have this nagging suspicion that they spoke up when they did, because they knew they had a couple of non-lotto contests already scheduled and coming down the pike, so the timing would make it seem as if they were taking the advice on-board. Think about it. The release schedule is planned out months in advance, if not more than a year. And they probably have the contests scheduled months in advance as well. Notice that they seldom use a lotto when it's tied to a hyped up release. Why would they disrupt that schedule to appease what, for all intents and purposes, appears to be only a vocal minority? No, this is not going to get fixed anytime soon, because those of us who complain have zero influence over this company or how they run their community. So I'm done. I'm not going to click on the contests anymore because I know they're not for me and they're most likely not going to get any better. So what if half the people entering these contests are only registering accounts for a shot at free stuff. The numbers look good on paper, and I guess they think that's good enough. Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.