So, I've decided to let my subscription lapse after a couple years. This issue, despite being Nolan's "#1 issue", and being discussed "every month" has not been even slightly improved in four years. This isn't the only suggestion with hundreds of votes that's like that, but it's the simplest one to at least make minor improvements on. We're not asking for perfect, just better. While right now there may very well be "features to handle critical needs" (like dealing with the loss of Fanburst), every single change that's been made over the last four years has had a higher priority than this one, which has consistently had among the highest number of votes... these votes are one of the benefits that we get by paying for our subscription, and they are clearly established by this suggestion as being of no value. It has felt like Quality of Life improvements like this one have simply been ignored by the Roll20 team... even this latest update only says "yeah, it's important, and we'll likely do it someday, I feel good about maybe this year" given that various plugins which address this (among other QoL issues) have been labeled as pirate software that violates the ToS, it means we're supposed to just keep hating core parts of the interface, but still continue to pay for support and " Additional Suggestion Forums Votes". It feels to me that the Roll20 team has prioritized additional marketplace revenue over improving QoL for existing customers. I'm not suggesting anyone else let their subscription lapse in some sort of protest, I just don't like to stop being a customer of a service without explaining my decision. Doing that in this post seems like the most polite way of doing so. I'm going to try to continue as a Roll20 user under the free subscription, and have deleted most of my assets and maps to get myself under the 100MB cap, but given the 5MB per-asset limit and the 100MB total limit, I'm not sure I'll be able stick around until this may hit likely this year. Just removing my random encounter maps has really made me think that the free subscription won't meet my needs. If I end up moving to a different platform, the inertia of having all my assets there will almost certainly prevent me from considering a move back in the future. It's been fun, and I do hope to not have to learn a new platform, but I'm no longer going to be supporting this one.