Completely agree with this. I like the concept of being able to try out indie games freely and experimenting, but without knowing what I'm getting into there's no way I'm paying for it. It's going to have to be a wide enough selection that it's not worth getting the games themselves DRM free forever from GOG or Humble Bundle. For example for only a little more yearly ($120 (without the discount code) vs $132) you can get ~90 games to keep forever from Humble monthly. The selection would have to include significantly more than that for me to consider renting the games.