I think you're being too hard on people. I would pay for FP+ but would still prefer to get it free. Disney isn't the only example of people being charged more for less. Look what's been going on with the airlines (pre-COVID). Look what's been happening with food and services of all types.No, the point was that regular visitors who complain about the Disney changes and price increases are the reason for those things.
That's great that you still find value in the product. I'm not arguing whether there is value in the product or not. I was simply stating that there is much LESS value in the product, based off of what you are charged and what you're provided.
Literally, this whole discussion was sparked off by people complaining about a potential pay-for FP+ and then later on talking about how they'd still pay it. I jumped in somewhere in the middle, but in the context of the discussion my point remains. Regular guests only have themselves to blame for the continued lower offerings at a higher price point.
If your only point is that people shouldn't complain about things they aren't willing to fix, I agree. But that seems to go against current practice, especially on the internet.