Hi, let's say you've developed a high-quality software program and decided to conduct an online survey before deciding its price. The questionnaire explains that the software will be released soon, and shows a video explaining its features. After the video, the questionnaire asks one of the following. 1. How likely are you to buy this program if it is $100? 2. How likely are you to buy buy this program if it were $100? 3. How likely would you be to buy this program if it were $100? 4. How likely would you be to buy this program if it is $100? Since the program has already been developed and will be released soon, I think #3 and #4 would sound odd, because they use the subjunctive "would you be". (And "if it is" in #4 seems wrong to me when the program has not been developed yet.) Only #2 seems correct to me. How about you?