I've no problem with how people spend their hard-earned money, buy yourself a "nice" hooker for all I care. But it's the people who will buying anything that's thrown at them, that I have a problem with and like I said in t'other topic, what happens when they go too far?
You've already got the likes of Capcom pushing the boundaries of DLC, in their own version of DLC. That's disc locked content, pretty witty isn't it.
From a business point of view, it's a seeminlgy good idea, but eventually those boundaries will be pushed. It's alright for free to play games, which are a different story all together, how else will they earn their money? But when you're shelling out £40 for a new game in most cases, only to find parts of it are "missing" or the difficulty is jacked up in such a way, you need to pay to even pass one level, what then?
Yes it may be the worst case scenario, but if said scenario does happen, I fear it may be too late. All in all, I think it's largely a double edged sword and neither party will come off it looking clean.