I've added up every price drop differance in my purchase history and in the end I could have bought every app I have 3 times over............... Price drops...... there inevitable wether after a month, a week, days and in some cases hours. For some an awaited blessing, for they ones that couldn't wait there a knife wound in the back. Some devs start off low promising to jack it up, others start off high and drop in a very short amount of time, but someone always takes it to hart that an app thats been out since July has dropped two dollars. I personally think that apple/itunes should not allow price drops on any app eriler than one month (30 days) old. that give initial purchasers a good run at the original price and after a month a price drop doesn't feel that bad to people. It would make the devs think harder on the worth of the app at it's submitted stage, free of updates as of yet. customers could still hold out for a month to see if it drops without random news of a drop. We can only track drops after they happen....this would give us the predrop-cognition to tell if it will drop at all. Why 30 day trial? because thats an apps true test-will it get pulled, or will it need five updates, should I include the features I got in feedback? all thats stuff can be Ironed out in thirty days. and would raise the bar in what is submitted to the store making the overall percentage of finished product releases. So how long is good enough to you for a price drop? wether your on the waiting end or the already bought end.