Sorry for using TOWFL as a case study, Shroud. It would be nice if we got figures for DMG as a whole. Then we could just divide by the number of books to get an average so we aren't misled by a title that's more popular or less popular than others. Technically, the data would need to be a little more complicated than that since some have been up longer than others, but I believe Love & Trap will be up for a month by the next video conference so that would make 6 books that we could look at for first-month sales. I'm not sure how many have had a full second-month so far. I'm especially interested in the long-term sales because I'm perfectly happy with a trickle as long as it eventually totals up to something comparable to other freelance work. And honestly, the royalties percentage isn't bad at all, so with decent sales, everything will be great. I've done freelance editing where I just get paid for the project without any royalties at all, and I've been offered lower royalties for other work. But I know the print runs for those books, and I know that a certain amount of sales are almost guaranteed. So with that info, I know what minimum amount I'm likely to get in the end. Here it's really up in the air, but there are also exciting properties of this, like how there's no finite print run that can run out. I'm still very hopeful about the Guild, but the sooner groups can follow their sales and the sooner we all are given some general statistics, the better.