It's profiteering because they're releasing content related directly to already published material, content that's allegedly supposed to be considered specifically within the context of AMoL as canon, for the purpose of raising money - regardless of any related cause.
Especially such because we know River of Souls, in some draft form, was intended by the writer to have been included, and was written specifically for inclusion in AMoL.
You're being charged in some manner, by somebody, for content that was developed in process towards a finished product, was then cut, and then is decided will be released after the fact, for cost beyond that of the final draft of AMoL, and should be considered canon.
Being asked to pay more for, for lack of better words "what really happened," to me, that's supposed to be taken as canonical, smacks of profiteering.
Which raises another question, because M. Grayson brought about the thought of whether or not we would ever see RoS without the spoken of Anthology - Would it bother you then, sans anthology, if River of Souls were, as a canonical piece of writing, and knowing what we know about how, when, and for what intent it was written, were going to be released on it's own, but you would have to pay for it, on top of what you already paid for AMoL...Would you consider that then, as profiteering?
Edited by Mat's Spare Hat, 18 February 2013 - 12:51 PM.