That's definitely a concern but they know they need an injection of cash quickly to generate enough capital to purchase the land they are attempting to. Imagine what the 55,000 acres of aep ground would cost 20 years from now. If they borrow all the money they will pay 5 to 10% interest on it. It really feels like they have brought in some business consultants to help make some of these changes. Sometimes you have to make what seem like shortsighted decisions to even have a chance to make things work for the future. Kinda like when businesses have clearance sales just to survive and make changes to their business plan.Those prices are dirt cheap compared to us here in Tenn. I am 48yrs. old if I buy a lifetime license right now it would cost me $1950.00 , a yearly Sportsmens license cost us $166.00 and that covers everything hunting/fishing except federal duck stamp. I bought my daughter a lifetime when she was born for $200 and she will never have to buy a license . But my worry about all this is where is the money going to come from in 20-30 yrs to operate when all these youngsters are grown and not having to buy a license .