Yeah I've been thinking about that too. It IS kind of strange. As many of you have said, there used to be good reasons to own Pro. When I bought it (3.x), those reasons were things like occlusion culling, light-mapping, Profiler... i.e. compelling reasons. Now it does seem that the reasons are less apparent, but maybe that's intentional. Unity (the company) are probably quite aware of the number of developers out there making more than 200K who are going to be purchasing a Pro subscription - or more importantly, multiple SEATS of Pro subscription. Maybe they're happy with those numbers. Maybe they EXPECT that a lot of us lower-earning indies will be moving to Plus or Free, and they're fine with that. For me personally, I'll probably be trading my Pro days in for a Plus subscription. I'm more than happy to pay SOMETHING for the primary tool that I use, but the feature differences between Plus and Pro (for me) don't justify the additional cost. And, I'm earning under 200K from Unity development.