Hey Guys, First, a bit of background. I quit my job in January to focus on school, but picked up a developer account for a hobby. I started looking for work in June and have not been able to find anything since then. The app store is beginning to look less like a hobby, and more like a potential source of revenue. I'm about to launch a game I have been working of for quite some time. Compared to a lot of the popular games on the app store it might not seem like it "does" much; but when I watch people playing it, they always seem to really be enjoying themselves. A lot of effort went into it, and it certainly looks snazzy, but I also want to make sure the price is at it's actual value. I didn't think this was an issue until I begun to read some of the controversy going down over Tweetie 2. I haven't purchased it. I want it, but I am out of work and have a perfectly good twitter app already. Why pay for something if I already get the job done with something else? Then I realized I was about to charge $2.99 for my game. Now I feel really conflicted (and maybe a bit guilty). How much does the difference between $0.99, $1.99, and $2.99 affect your purchase decisions? If you want an app and are willing to pay $1.99 but it is $2.99, does that change your mind? It changes my mind as a purchaser, but as a developer it seems irrational. Sorry this is so long winded. However, if you read all of it, I'd appreciate your opinion.