@PhannGor Sometimes it's better to just move on. In your shoes I'd be worried about having to continue supporting two assets, but it does depend on how much work is involved in providing those little fixes that keep the asset working when Unity updates their Editor. Giving people a bit of warning does help soften the blow, but as far as I know Unity doesn't seem to have a good way for developers to contact their customers. Many of us will only find out once we see that red 'deprecated' text appear on the asset import page. Giving people that grace period really only works if they're aware that this is what you're doing. I do think your new pricing is a little bit off on v2. As I said, €10 with a 50% discount for existing customers would make a lot more sense to me. Compare what else you can get on the asset store for your current asking price. It just feels too expensive for a non-essential utility. I know that assets are generally way under priced, but you've got to trust to economies of scale and get your money back that way. I love that you obviously do care about your user base so that's what you've got to articulate. The more people buy Rainbow Folders, the more they'll tell their friends and colleagues. I know I do!