I understand - on some level - where you're coming from. You want the most efficient way to get a game and its content for the lowest price. That's something I get. After all, if we all bought our games via bundles and deep-discount sales, think of the money we'd save! But what I don't get is why you're not willing to buy DS3 for what is essentially less than $1, even if you keep it to one side until the DLC gets deep-discounted (this is EA, it's not likely to happen too frequently). It's like the No Steam No Sale or No Trading Cards No Sale people, just shooting yourself in the foot over a minor issue. I mean I get your method, I get the understanding and the logic, but like all methods, if you rigidly stick to it then you just end up missing things. And I think, truly, you'll regret it if you don't pick it up. You're passing up a deal that far surpasses deep discounting at its best, all for the sake of a petty "if they don't do what I like then blargh" method. EA aren't beholden to you, they don't need to do what you want, they can do their own thing and are quite successful at it. But waiting for a 'complete pack' is a fool's errand, anyway. EA have done VERY few for the past number of years, now, even for their best selling titles. I don't think Battlefield 3 has even had one yet (but it has had multiple editions with progressively more content), and even if it does it's a special case as it's an MP title and needs a constant influx of new players to survive. I'm not being all "omg ur so dumb" about this. I think - and maybe I'm overstepping my bounds here - that you've got a method, but if it's blocking you from playing what you want, then it's not really working, is it?