So what I am going to say, I'm sure will be unpopular, but I've never been one to hold my tongue. I understand the sentiment of supporting DPF people. And if this were the first "incident" with Pinpics and their related businesses I'd be totally on board. But now, I think the trickle down has to be in effect. We all know where the priorities AREN'T and the only way for that to change is to affect their bottom line, and the only way for that to happen is for people to stop buying their pins, stop buying their tables at events, stop buying the gold memberships. And the only way for THAT to happen is for people to have some poor experiences. If people have a great time at their events, make lots of trades for pins they thought they'd never get then they'll just sign up again next time hoping that they will have gotten their act together and Pinpics will have no incentive to do better. Just like Disney reads "showing up" as support for all of their changes, "showing up" even if it's for good reasons can easily just be taken as support for Pinopolis and by association the ownership of Pinpics. If there is to be any expectation of change, we've all gotta go "cold turkey." As hard as it may be. But I know that won't happen, the website will get fixed at some point and people will totally forget this happened, and go back to anticipating their next event/princess pin release/whatever.