Gargamond said: Roll20 makes too much money off of GMs with pay to play games because they are usually Pro. See a conflict of interest, here? Maybe? I think we can safely assume that the aim will always be to have a platform that is as usable as possible. This will increase the number of users and add the income from advertising. Sure, pro-accounts probably give more money, but they also cost more money, for example by having more storage space, free monthly art-drops, no advertising revenue, in-game functions such as dynamic light etc. (There are also free games run by people with plus and pro accounts...) It is also in the interest of the p2p-GMs to have a good amount of players available, which will depend partially on how usable the platform is. So, again, let's assume that it is always better to have a usable platform, than to speculate in the opposite.