The inability to search content on Feedly is a dearly missed feature, IMHO. If I blogged more I’d missed it for. Smart of Feedly to find a pain point to monetize search. $5/mo., $45/yr (or $99 for a lifetime fee) is a lot of money for a service that may not go the distance. What they – Feedly- should do if they were smart is aggregate read content and make a magazine like feature. Plenty of other services already provide this, but one of the core constituencies of Google Reader was journalists, and of the many replacements, Feedly has won. I would bet many of those readers are now using Feedly and might be a great source of reader curated content.