Hello guys! I just recently made a new Alpha update video where I touched on subjects such as object limits and the economy from the original TSO, and felt like talking to you guys about it. If interested, you can view the video here, otherwise, read on! Object limits were always very, VERY difficult for me to deal with once I got my lot to max size. As a builder, and perfectionist, I had a vision for my house that didn't always seem to fruition due to object limits. I could make work arounds using a few build mode items, but every lot had a hard cap of stuff on the lot, no matter if it was from build or buy mode. I was always told that these limits were to ensure that people with lower end computers wouldn't have a hard time loading houses or from suffering lag. With computers being where they are today, do you think that an object limit is necessary? What do you think about having a higher object limit? I'm not a techy person, so any insight would be great Also, let's talk about payouts. As someone who always wanted to run a successful money house, payouts were something that I had to prepare myself for. I was player since the release of the game, and payouts were not a thing at that point. I wanted a money house more than anything from the very beginning, and was saving up the hard way. I wanted to do it on my own, and yes, it was very difficult. It took years... yes, years. I participated in countless competitions (and won nearly all of them!) and played pizza religiously. When I finally was able to get my house open for the public, payouts were in full swing, and I had saved up over 100,000 extra just so that I could accommodate them. My house lasted for one- maybe two days tops with payouts on that savings. I loved having such a busy house, but everyone was making large sums of jam boxes for, I think, a payout of 1k a box (which was on the higher end at the time). My house could not consistently stay open, and I was crushed. How did those other houses keep up with this ridiculous rate? Cheating? I don't know, but I do know that it made it very hard to keep a money house a float, which is pretty ironic if you think about it... Do you guys think that payouts should make a return this time around? What rules of conduct should we expect from each other? I would love to hear everyone's thoughts on this.