i didnt meant that, let me try to explain it better: the ingame economy that GT uses is bloking acess to cars, its hard to get enough credits to buy all cars i'd like to drive, PD wants with this to creat some sense of achievment (when you finally own the cars), to add some longevity to the game (because you have to repeat and repeat races) and to sell credits at PSstore (if you want to speed things up). now, i dont agree with any of those 3 tricks or gimmicks and with colors its the same thing, PD could very easylly put all colors available with no need to buy any car to unlock them. PD locked the colors but GT its not a free to play game that can charge money for such small things! GT is not cheap and i dont agree with buying a racing game that has its content (cars/colors) locked this way. i didnt like to see them selling credits at PSstore to buy cars ingame so i wouldnt like to see the same thing for colors. some people wouldnt mind to pay some extra money to have those colors faster but i desagree with the idea. i dont think its fair trade. i dont mind paying DLCs if they add new content like cars or tracks, that is fair trade, but to unlock something so simple when i've already payed 64 euros, no. i'm not gainst your will to pay for it, my concern its about sony and polyphony exploring players for easy money.