Im amazed that so many of the top selling paid apps have bad reviews simply because theyre NOT free. A high percentage of the extremely harsh reviews are simply based on price alone. It seems that some people- probably kids- think EVERYTHING should be free. They dont see the blood, sweat and tears that goes into building a really good app, not to mention that occasionally developers have to eat. Other apps are slammed because it sounds like a dumb idea from someone who hasnt even tried it. Doesnt it make sense to require people to actually download apps before they can review them? Check out the ratings in the Top 25 Paid Apps: Solitaire, Super Monkey Ball, Tetris, 300 Bowl and Scrabble (3 stars) TouchScan, Rotary Dialer and Drum Kit (2 ½ stars) Color Tilt and Air Hockey (2 stars) iBeer (#6) (1 ½ stars) Doesnt it seem fishy that apps popular enough to make the Top 25 are getting such a low rating? What about all the other apps that arent in the Top 25, and may never get there based on bad reviews? By allowing people to write negative reviews of apps they havent downloaded, its undermining the review system and potentially punishing good apps. Apple really needs to fix this.