All I see is that resources that people put a price tag on don't get bought and therefore don't get used. I notice that - desperate to force people to buy resources (?) - it's no longer possible to do a search for only the free ones. The result is simply that good resources don't circulate and ideas get locked up into an unused vault, locked in by the fallacy that you're going to get money someday. A few questions for you all - especially those who have rushed to put a price tag on their wares: How are pupils benefitting from this? It seems another fallacy of the idea that you can monetarise everything. Maybe somethings need to remain "free"? We were given so many resources in our training and all along the way - is it justified to turn around and say "OK, thanks, from here on in I want money for what I've freely received"?