Wow. And that's why this conversation will never go anywhere. You (and this is more a royal "you" for the three main folks here) decided that things play out completely differently than they do and have zero problem spouting off completely inaccurate statements like this one.
"Royal you"? This is the second time I can remember seeing this usage of "royal." The first time was in a Matt Fraction comic, and I just about flipped at the misusage.
"Royal you," if the term ever had meaning in the English language, has completely lost significance by this point. Our language used to have singular second-person pronouns (thee and thou) and plural second-person pronouns (ye and you). In time, ye and you came to be used in formal conversation, while thee and thou came to be used in familiar conversation; one could give offense by addressing someone as "thee" or "thou" before a familiar relationship had been established. This appears to have been related to the tendency of royal persons to refer to themselves, in the singular, as "we." In a conversation with a king in which the king referred to himself in the plural, it was a show of respect to respond to the king in plural (you) rather than singular (thou). In time, this show of respect was accorded to all persons, and "thee" and "thou" virtually disappeared from the common language.
The term "royal we" continues to have meaning, and refers to an individual referring to his or her singular self in the plural. Using "royal you" to signify a plural "you" seems to miss a point.
Personally (individually), I have tried to avoid, in this thread, saying how a newsstand feature could be implemented. I haven't backed away from supporting separate newsstand listings, and I haven't been shy about voicing that support, but I realize that I don't know enough about CCL data structures or logic to say how to do it, nor that it could be done with ease. In spite of this, I appear to grouped with "three main folks" accused of "spouting off completely inaccurate statements."
But what the hell? This is CCL. I'm used to having my views and comments misrepresented.