Have to agree with you, totally and utterly. The developers are very adamant that what we are paying for is a non-transferable license to use their sounds. So if I want to cross-grade something, then surely I already own the license to use the sounds, so I should only pay the cost of a few CD-Rs.
It is conceivable that there should be some upgrade price because of the amount of reprogramming involved if developing a different format - so we should pay the cost of the CDs and a nominal amount to help developers recoup the cost of programming.
But at the moment, here in England, there are no cross-grades. Time and Space simply give the reason that the developers don\'t support them. So we have to buy the whole library again. I think the developers really need to sort out what they want. If they want the same return on each and every unit sold, then it is surely illegal to claim that they can\'t be sold on. If they want to insist that we are not buying the package itself, but the right to use it, then they should start carrying this notion through to user-friendly crossgrades. They can\'t have it both ways.