Well there is PAYWARE and if you are creating that You are getting PAID and should be able to afford it. If you are creating FREEWARE with no cost to the end user that is considered NON-PROFESSIONAL at least here in the US...
Look I am just trying to help LOL I buy mine but sheesh I have spent more for lot less
My understanding is anything that is uploaded to the DLS can be incorporated in Payware and for that reason it has to be licensed for payware. I have some textures that are licensed for non-commerical use and those models cannot be uploaded to the DLS for that reason.
>I am gonna take a guess here and guess you do not like change very much.
Changes and computers was very much my business before I retired. In the early days of email the connection between systems was X.400, I was involved in the design of my department's system and when my boss's boss made a presentation about it the comment was "and this box here is our internet connection. I'm not sure what it does but John has worked hard so we thought we'd let him have one." within a year most of the email traffic was running through the internet. I was involved in the way that the Canadian Federal government changed its procurement for purchases under $5,000. Before the change it would take about six or seven months to buy even small items. After the change a couple of days. That saved a chunk of money. I changed the typeface we used by default before sending things to be printed. We saved around a $1,000,000 a year on that one. Database servers, I consolidated thirty odd systems and got better response times to the users. On the email side I added external modems to the email server it wasn't used very much until we were restricted from the building for a couple of weeks. Suddenly we had 3,000 workers out of 5,000 teleworking using those modems and this was before teleworking was fashionable.
What working with lots of changes taught me is you have to have everything in place before introducing a change then even a big change doesn't seem that bad. Looking at PBR and TS19 at the moment in my professional opinion it isn't there yet for what I'd call the main stream content creator. It might be coming but at the moment it is bleeding edge.
By the way in an earlier post you made an assumption that my computer wasn't good enough for TS19 and PBR. I run a six core Xeon with an RTX 2070 which I think is sufficient.