Is this tacit confirmation that only Super Suite owners get the 'upgrade' price?
At what point would a collection of WebAssist extensions equate to a Super Suite (if it would), and would that be calculated by the number of extensions purchased, or by the amount of money spent?
For instance, this account (neilo) does not get the 'upgrade' discount:
neilo (Join Date: 03-14-2005):
Money spent on WA products: $959.87 (but no Super Suite)
While my other account (neil393381) does get the 'upgrade' offer:
neil393381 (Join Date: 11-10-2009):
Money spent on WA products: $1194.87 (this includes the SuperSuite at $499.99)
I suppose my question is, - had my second (neil393381) account comprised only the Super Suite at $499.99, would that still have qualified for the 'upgrade' discount, despite being almost $500 less in value to you than my (neilo) account?
Perhaps someone could definitively clarify if this is a hidden benefit of being a SuperSuite purchaser, and comment on whether or not they feel this might be perceived as a sleight to customers who have signigicant investment in your products but without actually buying the Super Suite?