There has been talk for a while now about a version of the AppStore coming out where the price of games start at $20 bucks. I find this well above a price I would be willing to spend for a game on the iPhone. Honestly I shy away from any game that is over $6. If a game comes out at $10 and I am really interested in it, I will wait for a price drop, no matter how long that price drop may take. I'm curious, how many of my fellow forum mates have a price they are unwilling to buy games on the iPhone for? Is $20 to much for you? If your limit is $10 and three games come out in a single week that you really want, would you pay $10 each for all three or make a tough choice on which one you will buy now and wait a week to pick up another one, or even wait on a price drop for the other two? We are in an interesting place right now when it comes to pricing on iPhone games. A game can come out at a particular price point and if the publisher doesn't believe it is moving at the rate they want it to, they can drop the price within hours. Then days later, pick the price back up to it's original price. You never see this at retail. You may catch an occasional sale, but not a rollercoaster ride of pricing on a particular game created by the publisher. If the $20 AppStore does come true, will the bouncing of prices stop? It would have to, wouldn't it? I mean who would buy a game at $20 if they knew there was a very strong chance the price could drop by 25-50% within 2 weeks? As an example, let's look at a game like, "Rounders." It was released around two weeks back on the AppStore for $10. In under 12 hours, the publisher dropped the price to $5. Now two weeks later the price is down to $1. How hostile is your costumer base going to be when you are talking about a $20 dollar game at launch that is down to $5 at the end of two weeks? Does the anger increase when we start talking about higher priced games? Are you likely to be more upset if the starting price is $20 and the game is down to $5 in two weeks then if the game started at $5 and is down to $1 after two weeks?