In fact most of my collection is RM, Don. I recently changed all my tabletop food shots to RF, and at Alamy's suggestion, more recently, I've tried using RF on other things. That's why you see them on the most recent pages.
Except for anonymous food, I don't feel RF is going to work for me, especially with this PU problem. However, I don't want to be changing directions every other week.
You're right, Edo, I didn't scroll down far enough to see that only a few are RF.
At this point I do not block PU sales because, unlike many of the rest of you with larger collections, I have yet to experience abuses of it (or any PU sales at all, for that matter). However, remaining open to distributor sales was not the reason. As this is April, I took the opportunity to opt out of that plan.
One primary reason for this is that, during the couple years that I've been getting sales on Alamy, the amounts received through distributors have been declining considerably while the amounts received from direct Alamy sales have exceeded my expectations. No doubt I'll lose some income by opting out of distribution, but not enough to override the feelings I have when, for recent example, an image is sold to a restaurant for a display print for 10 bucks and my cut was just three. I doubt that Alamy's own sales staff would have made that deal.
Also, I've noticed that a certain German magazine buys a lot of Alamy images through one highfalutin German agency (HGA), compared to relatively few from HGA's own collection. HGA is quite picky in what they accept and maintain high prices, but they are no doubt happy to let Alamy do all the work of maintaining the image files so they can sit back and collect 40% for doing little more than the act of collecting.