I guess we just disagree here as to what is essential and what is an add-on. In the end of the day it’s less relevant though if we circle back to another comment you made before the one I quoted:
Please tell me why, in an ORGANIZING application, we must pay in order to make the whole thing readable and therefor useable.
Because quite frankly, if you don’t pay us for anything there simply will be no application to start with. Like the baker needs to charge you money for the bread he bakes for you otherwise he’ll go out of business.
In the end it’s simple, we feel that the standard settings allow you to give a very good feel of what the app is about, allows you to test it, see if the workflows fit etc. Now if you feel it does, and you want the app to be around for a while instead of its developers being forced to move on to something else, then we feel it’s fair you pay us for doing so.
For you, line spacing was of the essential to really like the app but you perhaps wouldn’t care less for some of the other premium features. For others it’s the opposite. In the end of the day, perhaps try to think less of feature XX, and more about supporting our work so we continue improving the app and make sure it will keep on working well for you.