Ok. I like coming to this page on Mondays and Tuesdays. Those are two days out of the week. I like reading Mike Mearls' column, and James Wyatt's column. I also used to like Chris Perkins' column, but that's done. Jon Schindehette's column is interesting what he's discussing art for the new edition. What I don't need or want to read about is &$!@ing D&D KRE-Os, D&D comics, video games, board games or the other products of "the brand." Look, I realize there's a huge corporation behind D&D, but, they are not, IMO, pursuing a particularly effectual strategy. I want The Game not The Brand. Most people here would rather be reading, hearing and seeing The Game. The Games is what matters most, not Euro-style board games, or graphic novelizations. Game not ready? No problem! Keep selling the PDFs (thank you!!), keep doing the reprints, and for all that is holy, PLEASE KEEP MAKING DUNGEON COMMAND PACKS! I don't even like the damned game, but I bought four of the sets--just for the minis! You see what I'm getting at here? Your company's market strategy is arcane and, some would say, completely ignorant of your target audience! D&D legos don't make me excited. New game books, new minis, new maps, new adventures are what I, and, I believe, many others want to see. The Brand is The GAME. Please don't try to placate your customers by offering products that are related, tangentially, to what we want. Give us the Real Deal or things we can use WITH it!!! I've defended your company in conversations for years, but I can no longer do so. You are simply ignoring customers wishes with every new product announcement. I'll admit, I don't have a business degree and a long job title, but I know a piece of **** when I see it.