It doesn't really change that people do technically "have to put in hard work" but if one just races Sport mode races, you can put in 100x the "work" to achieve what you can in GT League in fairly short order. I never wanted to spend 20M on a car in a video game and also think the 20M cap is ludacris. I wish it were say, 50M personally. Something about all that work to spend 100% of the credits you earned and leaving you with nothing sucks, but it's the game and how it works and I've accepted it. I hate seeing new events in GT League that I can't play unless I lucked out and won a 20M car in the spin or just sucking it up and setting a goal to achieve it. I have played the game since day 1 and literally saw a 20M credit car in the spin just 2 times and didn't get it either time. As I stated earlier in the thread, my goal was to win one and as the updates came and more cars were and are added to the game, the smaller your chances of actually getting one in the spin. Also, when the game was new there was no single player content outside of time trials and arcade races and no real way to make credits in short order. But now there is and mind numbing or not, there is a far easier way but still takes time and work to accomplish. When the game came out I spent and still do spend a lot of time in the livery editor. My time playing the game far exceeds my actual driving time. I don't even have a PS Plus subscription. Did a free 7 day trial of PS Plus, raced 2 Sport mode races and some lobby races and didn't enjoy it. That's just me. I think when one mentions putting in hard work it basically means that if you just expect the 20M cars to happen overnight without putting in any kind of work, this game is not for you. I don't think that most players think like that, but some like OP seems to. It's nothing personal against anyone and shouldn't be taken that way.