Really? You think their cheap, thin, undersized, poorly stitched shirts are quality? I will no longer purchase any t-shirt that is from them and as much as I like your shirt idea above, I will not get it if is American Apparel and any shirt I buy on the net that turns out be an AA shirt goes back.
Charging extra for use would make it uneconomical to host applications on a server pushing them back down to the hard drive and back into media in boxes at your local software retailer (assuming one still exists).
I was working in a record & tape store when the CD the next big thing on the music scene. The record companies reps said that "Yes, the CD currently is more expensive than the record, but that's just because the economies of scale in production haven't kicked in. In a couple of years CDs will be be much cheaper for you to buy than records are today." That never happened. The economies of scale went into the record companies pockets and they constantly pushed for higher list prices and wholesale prices. At the time we were selling $8.98 list LPs for $5.95.