Hard to marry data quality with speed but you're also sort of forcing people to take short cuts when you lower the pay to substandard pay. I've done a decent amount of work for GeoHive in the past but those .10 cent for 10 images were fairly insulting pay for anyone who has been around. Sure, some new worker might eat that $6/7 hourly up but most conscientious workers will avoid stuff that low. You guys used to pay pretty fair. If your budget has put constraints on your ability to pay, perhaps redesign the tasks to make it more equitable? Of course a redesign has its own costs, understandably. There is a question raised in the YT video that I was curious about. Some of the past GEOhive tasks literally could take a few seconds to make a snap judgement. The mapping tasks specifically where it was like "Does map include buildings" and you'd get section where it was literally all forests could be done in a few seconds. I think it is good to be willing to see a worker's screenshare to understand their workflow. To me this begs the question: Are your tasks ever done in Sandbox by designers to see how long the task should take? It would help if there was a naivete to the task but Sandboxing them should at least give an average time of completion (although it sounds like this is already a known known). Bottomline is: what is the trade off? What hourly are you willing to pay for your tasks? I'd hope you'd offer closer to $10/hour but maybe this isn't your desire? Lastly, it is very much rare---thus appreciated, to have a requester reach out to the workers especially with such thoughtfulness. Just wanted to say thanks for that.