First of all, thanks for the quick and informative response!
Agreed, it does not force this in the literal sense, so that’s misquoted by me. Nevertheless, it feels like I should (like getting popups on websites for subscribing to news letters of Windows asking you to update but you can postpone).
Yeah, ok, perhaps it’s a bug in the logic as to whether to display this message or not.
That would be great. I was thinking perhaps you can turn off Plan Builder integration in your account or something. If you really want people to nudge them towards Plan Builder as it were, perhaps you can leave Plan Builder on by default, and then have people confirm when they want to disable it and provide a link to documentation to outline its advantages (persuasive communication).
Apparently, then, there seem to be two categories of customers each with their own preferences (perhaps I’m in the minority). I can imagine there is also a learning curve: in the beginnen, the builder is quite helpful for (relative) newcomers. Over time, as you have experimented more with plans yourself (as before the plan builder), you no longer want to be nudged into using it.
Always a difficult decisions the extent to which you should “dumb down” the user interface and guide people (see Unity on Linux, and the recent move by Apple to simplify Mac OS in the newest version).