Wizards seems to have a persistent issue delivering content in a professional manner. Articles are regularly published in the RSS feed that don't exist, have bad links, or result in an 500 (server error). Earlier today "Thormil's Secret" and "House of the Mind" have been advertised but the links result in a 404. I cannot express how frustrating this is. Publishing in an accurately, completely, and timely is necessary to be seen by your customers as professional and worthy of our money. Wizards has issues with all three of these. Making accurate posts of content availablility is by far the easist thing to get right and has been solved numerous times. In a serious organization people get fired for failing to ensure that their published content meets the organizations quality standards. The only conclusion that I can draw from Wizards' inability to maintain quality is that you don't give a crap about the customer's experience with your site. If you don't care about me, why should I renew my subscription? I've been subscribed to D&DI from the start, and now I fail to understand why I should renew.