I'm thinking £2.00 off the normal registration fee or re-registration fee for UK users, £3.00 off for the rest of the world. E.g.
- £16 instead of £18/£19 for a first time buyer
- £10 instead of £12/13 for a previously registered user who buys the CD for the first time
- £6 instead of £8/9 for a repeat buyer.
Anyone who registers will be sent a username, password, etc. for downloading it, good for say 48 hours. If for any reason they need to download the same release again that'll be free, but they'll have to get a new password. After that they'll get password access to the next release of Forgotten Futures a month before it goes on line generally, rather than being sent a CD. I'd probably do that as a zip of the distribution CD too, but I'll need to be careful there - a few hundred people downloading it the same day would not go down well with my hosting company! I think it may be possible to upgrade to a high-bandwidth plan for a couple of months for each release, then revert to the current plan.
Does this sound about right?
Later: Now done and working correctly as far as I can tell.