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I dont know how they work internally, whether they depend on each other, but I'd love to be able to test and buy RepeaterMatrix or Multiplier or Table (or any other) module individually. Whole pack of ProFields modules seems awesome to have, however, being able to buy one for ~$30 --instead of all for $130-- sounds much more affordable and this way I could buy the whole pack part by part in several months and wouldn't think twice. But $130 at once, I can't really justify it (and still havent been able to) just as easily with low (to none) disposable student income. Or instead, having sales one - twice a year would be great as well. One advantage of this change would be allowing more people to buy -> support the development & community -> give feedback -> improve these products. This could also potentially pose a disadvantage where requests from people would increase the headache and time required to respond to all these requests, but this community is more than able to handle that. I'm sure there's a reason to why these modules are sold together, and I'd love to hear your side as well, @ryan, (and all other maintainers). Regards, Abdus.