Yesterday I posted an announcement about a new game (and media) testing option named Plasma Beam that's now available, and although it's only been one day, the post is sinking towards the bottom of the announcement list faster than the Titanic. Since the feedback forum is so active and I seem to spend a lot of my time offering feedback for software companies these days, I've put everything else on hold to offer the service. I even quit my job to do it full time (it wasn't a great job, and I needed a change anyway!) If people recall, I asked late last year if this is something that people might want, and I got the impression a number of people would. But, now it's up and running I really have to get things rolling. So the question is- do people want solid feedback about their games? Will they pay for it, or are they happy with forum members offering up a few minutes of their spare time? If I get the impression there just isn't a market I'll shut the things down and move on. But, as I mentioned... with the popularity of the feedback forum it's obvious to me people both want and need some kind of feedback. Larger companies certainly do, and they often pay good money for it. But, I know people on here aren't rich so I've done my best to make it as affordable as possible. Let me know guys. I hope this post also doesn't do a titanic, and people either take advantage of what I'm doing here, or give me some solid feedback so I can transform this into something that'd be even more helpful. I know it isn't the culture around here to pay for feedback, but there really are huge advantages to it, just as there are huge advantages to paying for artwork or music when you're a programmer, and you know you need help. On a side note, if this isn't the best place to post this, could the mods please move it? I know where advertising for art or music/sound creation should go, but this is such a new thing to this community it's hard to know how to get the word out.