Good. It came across as an extortion scheme. "Pay us money or we put a nasty message up to prevent people from downloading your add-on". I started to sign up, read the terms, and rejected the program, sent in a message to Mozilla add-on support telling them why.
Their old system, where you requested review and it took a few weeks, was fine. The slow speed tended to keep out scammers.
Mine was added to it without me signing any terms.
Irrespective of the program to remove that message by paying Mozilla to review your code they should still keep the warnings.
My extension just sets the default search engine to Runnaroo, and I don't promote it much because people can just do that through the browser, but it was nice to get some increased exposure and I did notice an uptick in downloads, especially initially.
In general, I'm all for Mozilla testing different monetization strategies to offset some of their reliance on Google.
I couldn't figure out how to change it to Startpage without installing Startpage's add-on.
Is there a clearer source we could change the URL to? That's the best solution. Failing that, I'm open to changing the title again if someone comes up with an accurate and neutral one.