Well... Yeah. But that's kinda like being mad that you have to buy food, and then also being mad that even if somebody gave you the food for free, the owner of the grocery store the food came from had to pay property taxes so the store could exist in the first place. I can only really speak for myself, but I suspect almost nobody views the situation the way you are. They get their deed, and unless they read the manual, probably don't even realize the difference between deed types, because likely the first open lot they encounter is going to be in a PoT where their deed works. Either way, I have a hard time seeing a lot of people looking at the 200ish PoTs on the map and feeling this amount of rage that people had to pay for those, instead of, "wow, that's a lot of possible places to live." They might have some concern over a potentially finicky governor evicting them, but since governors are usually competing for residents, this almost never happens.