The distinction is between the tools and the solution... You argue that since you built the tools, you should get the solution. That is like an architect arguing that when he bought the wood and nails and hammers he should get a completed house.
With the super suilte you got the equivalent of unlimited building materials and heavy equipment.... you still need to build the house.
The store solution will be our application of all of the tools in the suite to build our own version of a store. We will be the architect. It will not be THE solution, but A solution.
Some people may want to buy the site without needing to learn how to use the tools... they might not even own the tools or DW. Some might want the site and the tools so they can make additions. Some might just want the tools.
People buy the super suite for many applications, not just physical goods stores with inventory control. Perhaps we should include all solutions in the super suite? We could do that, but we would have to charge more for it.
Maybe we should have an Ultra-Suite that includes a copy of all solutions, but I think some people would still only want to pay for the suite since they don't need that solution.
One way or the other, if we put a lot of work into new functionality, we will need to charge for it, otherwise we wouldn't be able to do the work in the first place.