I understand what you're saying and I agree for the most part. The only thing that bothers me is that people are profiting off a community project that is meant to be distributed for free. It's like trying to sell burned movies/CDs/games for profit.
The part they are paying for is the usb stick (material) and the time and technical knowledge required to set it up (service). That's not provided by the community project.
If you want to pay for someone to help you play the games you don't own versus learn how to download and set up the games you don't own yourself, kind of splitting chivalry hairs here.
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