Not being a frequent participator in the world of downloadable content, this is not a rhetorical question.
I'm not about to answer it because I rarely partake. Most of the DLC I see is multiplayer, anyway, and that doesn't interest me. And of the single-player DLC, by the time it comes around, I'm usually onto something else. There are exceptions, though; I really loved that Left Behind DLC for The Last Of Us .
I'm just wondering how people feel about downloadable content, in general. It has been a pretty common part of our gaming lives for a good eight years or so (in the console world, anyway) and we've heard all kinds of feedback. There are all the conspiracy theories, for instance; gamers who think all developers just cut content from finished games so publishers can charge for it, for example. Others snap up Season Passes for their favorite games and never once regret the purchase.
Which camp are you in and why?