Perhaps the solution (sic) packs can be turned into extensions with further releases so a licence is stored.
I think if they had been extensions that "required" Dreamweaver and some sort of editing even if minor that requireed the use of dreamweaver this may have deterred the rogue ISP spoiling it for everyone plus that would also left the S.packs to the developer rather than the end-user which is where many of us have the biggest rpoblem.
If it was made as an extension that required ecart etc to be installed to make the changes required to get it installed and running surely this would have been a lot better than all this bitterness and loss of trust to many?
It seems that in WA attempt to make a few extra sales to end-users it has damaged their reputation to many of their loyal devs...
Even better would have been the Interakt way of creating recipes for its devs to follow to create the solutions if they so wish. Not many end users would go for this.
Hope some of that made sense.