@Kate Shutterstock If the customer downloads less than the number of images they paid for in their subscription, is the "price per asset" simply the (subscription price / number of photos actually downloaded)? If not, then I assume it's the (subscription price / (total images included in the plan), regardless of how many they actually downloaded? If this is the case, then the customer paid more "per asset" than the subscription plan advertised, which of course is their loss and Shutterstock's gain, and that's fair enough. However if we contributors are in fact a part of Shutterstock, then it should be our gain too. PLEASE CLARIFY THIS ISSUE ASAP, THANKS.