Second, the people who screamed about removing the option of allowing modders to sell their mods should of been largely ignored. If those people did not like the idea of having to pay for a mod, then let them not pay for it, but don't take away the option of those who, decide whether he or she wants to sell it. Let the developers and customers decide, do not decide for them.
Sadly, this was an opportunity that could of allowed mod creators make a little extra money on the side and better yet make some quality mods as well. Who knows someone getting paid even a little money maybe willing to spend extra time and effort to sell a much higher quality mod and keep it updated. But no, the vocal minority or even the majority decided to scream the loudest daring Steam to continue with the experiment, an experiment that never even got started. Too bad Steam or Bethesda listened, I was curious and hoping to see what could of become from this. New opportunities and rewards arises from taking risks, sometimes you just have to try new things and let them play out to see what happens.