The more you learn about pricing, the less you seem to know.
I've been nattering on about this topic for well over 5000 words and I don't
really feel like we're getting anywhere, you and I.
Some days it seems like it would be easier to be a taxi driver, with prices set
by law. Or to be selling sugar. Plain ol' sugar. Yep. That would be sweet.
Take my advice, offered about 20 pages back: charge $0.05 for your software.
Unless it does bug tracking, in which case the correct price is $30,000,000.
Thank you for your time, and I apologize for leaving you even less able to
price software than you were when you started reading this.
"Camels and Rubber Duckies" (on the Pricing of Software)