On the pants for Heartache, an intro product for the upcoming new site. Heartache is a goth/industrial themed set with rivet-sided pants, big solid boots, and a planned tight top with laced-up sides. There will also be a spiky collar and wrist bands.
I will probably sell individual pieces interspersed with the big sets. I think it allows more versatility and is better for the (large) group of customers with lower budgets to work with. I'm not planning to price myself out from under the market, but I think it's not unreasonable to sell a single shirt or shoes for $7 or $8.
On the new site I may sell female breast fits separately for a low price. This way people who never use giant breasts don't have to download them, and those who do can actually get that support instead of having it omitted completely. (Don't worry, the male package bulges will be included no matter what.
Given how much trouble I seem to be having coming up with something DAZ wants lately, I'm on the fence about whether to finish the ballet product with a tutu or just offer it on Rendo as Danseur (with no tutus, just the fancy shirt, leotard, tights and shoes).
Maybe I just need to go back to the categories I've done that they've liked. I've been thinking about a retail employee set, with polo shirt, khakis, apron and flat shoes. It would have texture options for the ever-present black pants/black shirt combo some chain restaurants use as well as the blue, red, yellow, etc. shirts that are familiar from other places.