I've read, and reread these 13 pages, and a number of questions still haven't been answered. The cost of membership is 18000 credits, with that being said, how many of us, would have shelled out that cash to play your first game? How will wgt entice newbies to join? Then after they tee up, find out that to enjoy this experience you need to purchase better equipment, more cash shelled out. To get help to improve on our game, we turn to the more experienced players, either in the forums, or country clubs. But how many of us will still be around, to help out? Country Clubs, once you attain certain levels, there is really no perks, so where then? Get double the xps to end up no where fast? Players won't play as much, there fore fewer ball sales, fewer cc passes purchased, for clashes, and turf wars, will that 18000 fee, more than cover all those loses? Based on just a few players you might say yes, but how many thousands will say sorry no thanks and adios? Will it be a win or lose proposition? Friendships, through cc s, will fall, thus maybe even cc s failing, no more money coming in for cc competitions? Imo, I feel this whole membership idea is just a hurry up, grab as much as you can, as fast as you can, and get the heck out of town. Just my nickle, but it's still my nickle in my pocket!