It did seem like he was trying to tire me out. Trying to make me believe I had no claim to my own copyright among other tactics. The next step was to lawyer up... and I did. Now with a lawyer and knowing I'm in the right, ensures that I don't have to listen to the new owner's tactics. No matter what he does, the damage is already done so its my right to sue. So he should probably be less of a pushy bully telling me what my rights are and what I can't do. Once the copyright's registration is approved then I can make that call on whether or not I should let the lawyer file suit. I gave the new owner enough polite warning to remove the game from the Steam store and replace my copyrighted content and he never did. He was too content to laugh at me and bluntly insult me that my models and art weren't good enough to pay for. To tie this in with how much money have you made... it cost $55 to file for registration with the US Copyright Office. If I'm correct, that brings me from $200 - $250 down to about $150 - $200 made on this game in six or so months.