This is more by way of comment than a question.
I am self-employed, with my work being primarily research / technical advice / consulting. At times I use Fortran for upgrading and maintaining software that I previously developed, and occasionally develop new, mostly small 'in house' programs. All up, use of the compiler constitutes perhaps 5% of my work time per annum. Over the next few months though I will be 'contracting in' one of my sons to help me with a largish extension to one program and I am intending to purchase an additional Fortran licence for that. Both of us will be coding perhaps up to 20 - 30% of the time for the duration of this project (~5 months).
The Named-User license aspect of the additional licence is a right pain in the proverbial in this situation, especially when Fortran coding is such a small part of my overall workload. In the future I could potentially obtain coding assistance from a different person. The Named-User license just adds yet another obstacle / cost of business that at my age (68) I can do without. If so, I will presumably have to go through the hassle of transferring the user registration etc. It is certainly a disincentive to using Fortran. It would be much better if Intel put more effort into use of use rather than placing additional obstacles in the way of using the software.
I'm not aware that we put any additional obstacles here - while we changed the name of the license type from "single-user" to "named-user" a few years ago, the license type is typical of other development tools. What would you prefer here?