The membership is set in such a way that it discourage mega threads! I thought it would be pay-per-bump, instead it is pay-per-day-for-up-to-15-threads. Isn't the logic driving people to fully utilize the 15 threads quota since the cost is same? If more sellers act in this rational way, doesn't it defeat the purpose of the changes? Did I understand something wrong?
Compare it to the previous system, which absolutely prohibited megathreads.
This new system makes sense for me. While a seller who only sells high end ties may still spread his stuff out, I need a reasonable number of threads in order to categorize my stuff in a logical way. Off the top of my head I think I will use 11 of the threads like this, because if I understand correctly most of these categories will be required to have a thread. Others make logical sense to seperate, first quality and second quality shirts for example.
3. BB first quality shirts
4. BB second quality shirts
5. Black Fleece and Thom Browne shirts
8. Women's Boots and Shoes
9. Women's Blouses
10. Women's Dresses
11. Accessories (belts, watch bands, other leather goods)
That leaves 4 threads for playing around with: Package deals on shirts when I have duplicates, deluxe hangers, special threads for unusual or hard to categorize items..... Like I said, this new system makes a lot of sense to me.
I congratulate the men in charge for being responsive and making the changes.