I think I speak for a good portion of Brilliant users by saying that the lanyard and particularly the shirt are the two most valued prizes. I do not advocate materialism, but the shirt is undeniably a hugely desired recognition of accomplishment. 50,000 points is immense, even for someone at relatively high proficiency levels and questions worth many points. I can only imagine the struggle a level 1/2 mathematician would experience while trying to amass these points. My proposals to satisfy the Brilliant staff as well as users (one plan or the other): A. Decrease shirt to 25,000 points. Each subsequent shirt costs 25,000 more than the previous one. Caps at 100,000. B. Decrease point value per question, greatly increase number of questions per week, perhaps to an infinite amount. The only way to attain large amounts of points is through hard work. Thoughts?