If a resource has been approved for premium, then it is not too simple. That doesn't change, and the mind of the person/people approving resources should not either. They should not be deleting premium resources that have been being maintained as premium, after approved as premium by them. It's unprofessional, it's frustrating, and it needs to stop. I had a resource, which I submitted to spigot a couple months ago, as a premium resource, for $2. Which was cheaper than the competitor plugins, even though I offered more features. It was approved, and since then I've been maintaining it, updating it, and attaining downloads and ratings for it. Each time, it was approved. Recently, I've lowered the price of the plugin on another site, and wanting to make it equal on both, I updated the price on spigot to the same lower price. After three days, I reloaded my resources page to see the resource was gone. All my downloads, ratings, reviews, the resource page, everything was deleted. Apparently, despite no changes being made to the source, it was suddenly too simple of a resource for spigot. Thanks a lot guys. Once again. If a resource approver has approved a resource for premium, that should be it. Unless the author submits a version which deletes half the plugin's functionality.. It's not fair to the resource maintainer, to suddenly, and without warning, have their resource and all the history it's been building, stripped away from them on a whim. If the site wide criteria ever does change, and a resource is no longer "complex" enough for spigot, the author should receive a heads up first, and time to make appropriate changes. Though as far as I am aware, that was not even the case here. Thank you for your time and consideration on the matter.