Since you've gone to a bunch of public trouble to say that this integration effort is valuable, I'm not at all sure why paying for it is objectionable, especially not in a business context where being able to say 'paid support for <time period>' is a selling point. (I can see 'do I have to?', or 'I think that's overpriced!', but 400 bucks is one day of your time *or less*; if having the subscription saves you that, it was worth it.)
This strikes me as a really quite good business model; it doesn't muck with GPL issues at all, it's clear about what it's selling, it makes it clear that RH is willing to compete on *product*, rather than "it's free!", an essential step in widespread market success, and it could well keep RH in the black.
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