I've been re-opened to 2 submissions a day... and I'm wondering whether restricted submissions is such a bad thing? Okay... 2 on itself is a bit low, and I like to think that if I keep tiering up I might be able to post 5 a day, 10 a day... maybe even 20? But some level of restricted posting could be a win-win for most parties. Firstly it would reduce the impact of those that submit Tees on an industrial level (100s a day). Not all such people have a negative effect... but I can't help but feel that a lot of such 'mass submitter' people can only submit this volume of Tees by copying (with hopefully, at least, mild alterations) existing designs. It's a quick simple and profitable technique which also immediately dilutes the profits of 'original' designs... plus leaves the Amazon product searcher with pages of almost the same design to sieve through in the hope of finding something 'different'. MBA designers who have been restricted to 'X' designs are probably more likely to put more effort into ensuring each design has a level of quality and/or originality to it (so as to ensure a chance of it earning). With more discernment from those that post Tees, there will probably be less 'pages' of very similar tees for the purchaser to sort through. So... I'm beginning to think that restricted tee submissions might not be a bad thing... but I only have my own limited perspective to view this... what do others think? What would be a good number of daily submissions per each tier?