One thing that is really bugging me about the Mac App Store at this point is that licenses are for "personal and non-commercial use". To me (and I'm sure a lot of other people) this aspect of licensing strikes me as truly weakening the potential for the store. Now, such a term mostly made sense for iPhone and iTunes content, but it is quite limiting when we consider the kinds of applications that will be sold in the App Store and what real-world applications they might be used for. I realize one of the reasons for this decision was to keep prices down and get more sales and less piracy; however, I think the individual developer should have been allowed to make that decision for Mac Apps and even offer two different licenses for the application in question. If I can't legally use any of the applications purchased from the App Store for commercial applications, that is a huge disincentive in even using it at all. It makes me think the App Store was created for general purpose end use and that perhaps the platform should not be taken as seriously as I once took it.