Of course, but I'm talking here specifically of the objective relative value of two different deals offered within mere weeks so let's assume that those that are upset purchased because they believed it was the best deal for a specific period.I get the feeling but it comes down to whether you buy these things because the deal is the absolute best thing it can be for a specified period, or if you buy it because you want it and the price is acceptable.
Normally I'd agree with you with respect to spitfires approach to their customers but let's not pretend people are upset just because they bought something in November and it went on sale again in a few months. We're talking about intro ending Nov. 7th and then Nov. 28th going on sale again but now you can get a pretty nice sounding string library. If you purchased because you believed the preorder would be the best way to purchase BBCSO (for a REASONABLE amount of time and as indicated by Spitfire) it would be hard not to feel a bit of a sucker if actually the (objectively) best way was less than 3 weeks later.
And of course, Aperture is not tied to BBCSO but that's not really the point. It's about the relative value of two different POTENTIAL deals held within a few weeks of each other. If someone was upset because they purchased in November and at Christmas this aperture deal happened, I'd say stop moaning that's how these deals work. But in this case, it does feel a little disingenuous for them to say "this is the best deal" if they also knew that if customers waited just a few more weeks they could also get a pretty sweet string library.
Again, I personally am not that bothered by it. But objectively, I can understand in this set of circumstances why people are upset about it.