The Community edition is basically Pro, with different licensing. From what I understand, that's the version that would make the most sense for the target audience of DreamSpark (college students) anyway.
Agreed... if you have 5 software developers, and other overhead, you'll hit that while barely at a break even point. That said, the relative costs if you have that many employees is pretty small.
I don't think the break point is particularly unfair... there are lots of students, and small/indie developers that can use the Community Edition, where before you had to cobble along with the Express versions. I now use Community at home, which is just easier to deal with.
I don't think I am? There's a million bucks a year going in, and then some big chunk going out, and what's left over is profit. What I pointed out is of that million dollars coming in the door, the amount extra that would have to go out is not that much in absolute terms, and not that much as compared to a programmer.