Reading through the back and forth on price thing, I'm not sure why the negative response to double-shipping is hard to grasp. Didio literally says "we're double-shipping our important books and we're also bringing the price down of the DC line." That is an absolute contradiction. A person who wanted to read, say, Batman in 2015 would get 12 issues for 4 dollars -- 48 dollars. A person who wants to read Batman in 2017 (presuming same price) will get 24 issues for 3 dollars -- 72 dollars. The price of the line has not gone down. Keeping up with any of those books just got 50% more expensive. Now you're quite right to say that readers are getting more content than before (assuming -- and there's not necessarily a good basis for this assumption -- that the quality and page lengths are maintained in the transition to double-shipping). But fans were not struggling with too little content; they were struggling with costs. And double-shipping is diametrically opposed to solving that problem.