This is part of the shift from the current economy where creators are centralised in a small percentage of society, to one where anyone can be a creator no matter how small a concern they are.
It is well known that many smaller artists never make a profit from the media companies that sell their product. Free market in the creative industry barely exists and you sound like you wish the status quo to continue.
PtP caters more for the smaller creator and the large creators will have their works mostly cached and receive little in the way of PtP
And they dominate the creative market today. And your post sounds like you want the status quo of a claimed "free market" to continue. A market dominated by the few controlling the creative energies.
Wow never new PtP was going to create war. I've heard it will destroy the network, but war?
PtP is not setting up rules or any such thing. The creator is still free to offer their works for sale. Actually the N99 project is the first of probably many APPs that will facilitate that.
PtP is purely an incentive to attract (quality) content. The network does not control how, when, where, how much, the creator can upload, or create, or even demand how good the works are. The "free marker" we have today, which you support it seems, does control the creator, even to the point of manipulating the actual creation. Writers have to satisfy a book editor before their works are accepted for printing.
And why not have the incentive to attract creators and then offer the benefits of APPs that can facilitate the sale of their works.
At least the incentive will assist in reducing the need for advertising on their safe pages that we see today in the so called free market, for any creator who wishes to offer their works for free.