Originally Posted by spirit4711
I'm not sure what the costs would come too, but it sure isn't free.
And: nobody is forced to buy the DVDs.
It seems a bit like saying BMW is too expensive for me. It is, but I don't complain about it
Heh, I was going to reply to your "consider the costs" portion of your posts, but I decided it's not worth it. The cost of producing a DVD and/or setting up a section on this site to sell a downloadable copy is not the expensive portion of the costs. That's pretty cheap to do actually. The big costs have already been covered by (and built into the) cost of the seminar. *shrug*
And I don't think Steve looks at pricing in terms of costs anyway. I think he looks more in terms of value. What value is offered by this product? At least that's how I imagine he looks at it based on his blog posts.
And when I look at it like that, and look at he cost of the seminar itself (Which was like $500, right?), I ask myself...is the value of the DVD really considered to be half (or over half) of the value of actually attending the seminar?
That I'm not sure of.