Originally Posted by KaosStorm
That's precisely his point, from what I gather: he says that he particularly doesn't care if the media section is part of the pay app, but he feels that the network one should be present in both versions.
That was my best estimate as well, I just want to make certain that this is the case and that something else isn't missing. The home screen of the free version will look a bit barren until the ability to add home-screen bookmarks is available. However once you navigate into a file catalog I think it hardly feels like a limited/"Lite" product.
With regard to the more general issue though, the point of FX is not to square off in a price-for-features war against the rest of the Android market.
The point of FX is the user interface. I'm not simply talking about aesthetics, but rather the method in which the user operates the application. FX is not designed to be only used in a pinch when there's no other option. It's designed to be used everyday, to provide a critical-but-missing piece of the operating system that will make it practical and easy to do things you might have previously wanted to instead use a PC to accomplish.
All that said, the tariff for the full version isn't going to be particularly steep (pricing isn't set, but take a look at the cost of our existing apps).