This doesn't track to me. You say you don't mind waiting and it isn't about not wanting to get the Pandora before others do, but then you say you disagree with with the idea of Premium customers.
You earlier complained about them having more money and able to become premium customers; you infer that is not okay as you don't agree with that point of view. Especially as you state it in the context of the PoV of it being more important that things start moving faster... So you disagree with producing pandoras faster then? Please clear this up, because that is what makes no sense to me....
Actually, this is quite clear to me. I do not agree, but I understand the position, as it is fairly common here in different areas. Case in point: Healthcare. In Sweden, most all medical facilities are state-run, and so when you are ill, you go to the nearest health care center, wait a while, get examined or treated or, if it is something more serious, get sent to the next level of the healthcare system, that is a hospital or something. The healthcare is more or less free of charge (or rather, financed through taxes), every citizen gets the same treatment regardless of status, it works slowly, sometimes erroneously, but in the same way for everyone.
Nowadays, of course, the possibilities have opened up for someone with enough cash to actually go somewhere else - Someone with enough money may, say, take a trip to Poland and visit a private clinic there and pay a hulking great amount of money to get that hip surgery or whatever done now
instead of in two years time when the official hip surgery operation queue has finally gotten to their spot.
This is, to a lot of swedish people, an abomination. The idea that you, with enough money, can actually get your operation before your rightful time, is seen as a great hulking blot on the Fairness and Impartialness of the Healthcare Queue. The idea being that someone (your receiving doctor at the HC center) has decided, in the impartial and objective way of the swedish system, exactly how much of an emergency your hip joint is and thus how quickly it needs to be treated, and to question that and actually get treated before that is to shake your fist in the face of God, or at least Medicinalstyrelsen. It is a deeply felt moral objection, and has nothing, really, to do with reasonable argument - It is Wrong and Evil in the same way that killing little innocent babies for fun is Wrong and Evil.
I do not know, but I imagine that if you are, say, american, this is a somewhat unfamiliar mindset
But: It is a quite common position, at least in some places here in Europe, that when something is done "in common" (cue debates about whether the pandora is such a commonality, but that is not necessary here), it is morally wrong in and of itself to use money to "slip past the line". It is viewed as corruption and bribery, more or less.
So: There is no argument, most likely. It is self-evidently wrong, and if you do not understand this then you are self-evidently wrong, of have no sense of Community and Shared Values, or something like that.
(as I said, I understand the position. I do not share it)