We would easily be able to handle 1000 or more actual, paid download sales per day, but unpaid free downloads must remain restricted. Since all of our Merchant services run from a common, centralized codebase, it is not even technically possible to remove the free-download restriction for you without also removing it for everybody, and most of our Merchants prefer that we continue to block excessive requests for free downloads.
Our site is offering a platform for eCommerce -- i.e., tendering and accepting payments online -- not for massive-scale free-download fulfillment. There is indeed "no bandwidth limit" for the actual eCommerce service we are offering and promoting on our site. I don't see how that's "misleading" if you wish to use our service for a non-commercial purpose we don't actually even offer or promote? As I explained, most folks who want to offer free downloads just provide direct download links on their site, or use a simple third-party script to collect some contact info before showing the download links, so I don't even see the need for a shopping cart to handle online payments when no payment will be required...?