It seems clear to me that you will be able to point to your existing OT libraries in the new player and they will just show up. New samples will be purchasable on a modular basis in the player itself. Now whether this will be from the existing range we don't know. Whether this will be on an individual sample set basis or as 'collections' we don't know. This is a very customer-friendly but risky move for OT. Firstly, the player has to compete in efficiency and feature set with Kontakt, and that ain't easy as Spitfire knows. Secondly its going to be a labour-intensive or hi-end scripting job to package potentially thousands of separate sample sets for purchase and download. Thirdly, it increases the risk of not covering your costs on a particular recording and cutting session if it turns out that only a few articulations out of a hundred are popular and nobody wants the rest. Plus OT pay player royalties and you can see how that could become a bit of minefield in this scenario. It will be interesting to see how it pans out and from a user perspective it is of course to be welcomed. If it's sensible and logical and perceived as good value (which OT aren't really known for at this point) it gives them real leverage against Spitfire who would be unlikely to go for this sort of arrangement - at least until they were forced to.