David Winter: I've thrown around the idea of a version 2.3 but that would be closer to an 'expansion' package I think than anything else. It would have additional stadiums with improved stadium graphics technologies and lighting plus maybe a small feature or two. It would be a paid update ($5 to $7. Something small like that).
Redwolf: A possible cheap expansion with addition stadiums and improved stadium graphics technologies and lighting sounds very interesting ...
Garysorrell: Thats a fantastic idea. More stadiums alone would cause me to buy it. But I'm on board for whatever.
Therhino: I think the paid update thing sounds great. I would not have a problem if we paid for every update.
Hack153: I'd pay for an expansion also!
Scott_War: An expansion with little graphics things is something I personally wouldnt waste my time buying. Mainly becasue I am interested in the game of football and its mechanics, not the stadiums and graphics,.....I would get madden if I was looking for graphics. But there are others who will buy it, so it might be worth your time. Myself, if I really wanted staiums, etc,..I would just download them.
In my opinion your time would be best spent starting work on the next full version of the game. The next real step for this game is head to head single games, head to head matchups in league games, the option for GM functions, and all the things a lot of people wanted in the original version.
DONMVP: I`d probally buy the expansion pack . Hopefully be able to change things in it to still make more customizable . I know people would like to see a stadium that a small college or high school might use.
Bobolini: I'd pay for the expansion pack! Great idea
Simmer: I would also pay.
VCFL Commish: I would pay for a expanded stadium stuff. It wold also be nice if you could purchase unpacked goalposts. Someone said they unpacked it but t was to big to post.
GlennN: I agree with Scott_WAR, I would probably not pay for a graphics enhancement or more stadiums. However, I would be fine paying for additional features, like GM-type things (especially trades), Hall of Fame and All-Pro selections, etc.
Mbsports: I'd pay for GM type things, some actual GOOD enhancement to the output - right now they're attrocious. I actually write Access tables to put them in some sort of reasonable order. Nothing really useable outputs in my opinion - it's all half done and requires another deck of work out of the league owner to post online. My #1 thing is still some Arena Football type things, but law is in the way of that - DOH!