Hey everybody, I just wanted to say that there are a lot of valid points about improvements that can be made. I heard that there were some seriously needed back-end updates that appear to have been rolled out with the new store....like really necessary things to lay the foundation for years to come. I agree the front-end still needs work, but they are going about it correctly through industry standards doing things like A/B testing, thus making many of these decisions based on data rather than opinion. I think the web team has been addressing issues in a responsive way. I think the new store really does look better (now) than the old one and that's probably helping sales overall. I can only assume that a lot of data was collected during the last spring sale that will further increase sales. I do miss being able to search for assets based on size and I've experienced many of the things listed in this thread, but I really do think we're experiencing a growing pain that is in the right direction (overall). The old store really did look old and it's reasonable to expect Unity to want to bring in new users with a cosmetic face lift with bigger images and such....it actually would make them look really f'ing lazy if they didn't upgrade it. Keep in mind that the average unity user probably doesn't care as much about this stuff as those of us dealing sometimes with hundreds of assets for sale and/or that we've bought over the years.