First, I want to thank you Grey Alien for stepping up and acting as a go-between for us indies. I for one really appreciate you digging for answers on our behalf. I'm still rather nervous about the termination language, for the reasons previously mentioned. And I have some of the same reservations that Escapee does: I've spent a long time building a loyal customer following (Fashion Cents has been a big part of that), and a nice portion of my income is dependent on keeping those customers happy and purchasing new games. That's one of the basics of the business - catering to your existing customer base, right? It really helps provide me with a somewhat stable source of income, one that I will be dependent on in June when I go full-time indie. As you may recall, growing my business has been a slow process because of the challenges of advertising my particular kind of games, so getting new customers isn't easy. Probably 20-25% of my sales each month consists of new customers. So if BFG claims my existing customer base after a year, that's a serious blow to my income - particularly if I have to be promoting BFG games at least as well as other affiliate programs. I understand BFG's desire to invest now in getting more affiliate referrals with the intent of reaping rewards later on, but I have to agree with Escapee: a lower percentage rather than 0% would be much more equitable for smaller affiliates. Otherwise, their smaller affiliates aren't going to survive.