I'll accept the increase of around $1 per year, which is what we've been seeing in the past few increases. The line started in 2008 at $20, and now, 6 years later, they only cost $25. The day-of increase is more, but they're typically selling less than 10% of what they produce at that price. If 2015 sees an increase to $27 for sub-holders, and you cost-average back to 2008, that's still only an increase of a dollar per year.
And that's still $3 less than my max-out price. So I'm here to stay.