I am not sure how you could even gauge the server population by playing on it? When you consider all the newest TLP servers combined have less overall zones compared to one live server it is impossible to determine this with this method. Not everyone that is 105 is in EOK or even in the high end zones. A lot of people are spread out across a world ten times the size of the newest TLP servers. You combine that with the fact that people are trying to go after the same camps and loot and over crowding becomes an issue. Go log into some of the older TLP servers and tell me how things are working out for them. I will bet there numbers are just as low as the lowest live server if not worse which is where ragefire, lockjaw and phinny will all be in a couple of years. That nostalgia people came back for will be gone once they reach a certain point and people will be waiting for the next TLP server to open so they can play that same content over and over again because most of them "think" modern EQ is lame or boring or what ever else they might think while a lot of them have not played any content from the last decade or longer. Agnarr might be the only TLP server that levels out but that server I am afraid will end up dipping down in numbers and probably throttle around where most live servers are as people will end up with toons fully maxed out with all BIS gear and nothing further to work on. Its a good way to recycle customers but how long with this work for? Do you think people that came back for the nostalgia only to be disappointed will return for the next TLP server? My guess is as they spin up more TLP's the crowds are going to become smaller and smaller unless they do something unique with them like they did with Agnarr but even that will only work up to a certain point.