Although it can get monotonous every release, I'm okay with people criticising Yamaha. Right now they're asking customers to pay more for less, and it's understandable that Una fans would feel upset knowing they'll need to pay double for what another engine offers for free. With fewer features and harsher pricing, Yamaha is choosing to put less into their product to increase their bottom line. It's not unexpected: vocal synths aren't their main source of income by a long shot, and the VOCALOID team can only work with the budget they're given. But I have my fingers crossed that more competition in the industry will eventually encourage them to be a little more generous with what they offer their fans.