We have a pretty small number of people in the organization that would qualify as content creators - people who would use Flow to build and/or modify workflows. We have a much larger number that could potentially participate in a workflow (perhaps being an approver in an approval step).
With the licensing changes coming in October, if we want to use Premium features (like the approvals with custom options) we would need to license everyone who may be assigned one of the Premium approval steps. Since those people can reassign their approval step to anyone else in the organization (without knowing if that person had a Premium license or not), we're left with either not using the Premium features at all OR using the business process Flow licensing with runs $6000/year - a lot for just one flow.
Once again, as happened with the Power BI licensing changes a few years ago, Microsoft is making a licensing change "to make their licensing simpler" that will result in us restricting adoption of their tools because of the sudden and large jumps in cost.
I love the Power Platform tools and see how they could be a huge benefit to our business, but it gets harder to sell anyone on them when MS keeps making the licensing so much more expensive as soon as they gain some traction.