Vicsan: As Bichur mentioned, it's definitely good to archive... you never know when you'll need it again and besides, once you archive, you will not need to redownload the entire app again in the future. I am sending you an archive of the latest Object Desktop apps, please check your email.
I don't believe it's been mentioned in this thread yet, so I'll explain how the subscriptions work.
When you purchase a subscription, it's active for a period of one year. This means you can continue to get the latest software from the date which you purchased this. If you renew before your subscription is expired, you will get an additional year added on to the end of your current subscription enddate. (Don't worry, you do not lose out if you renew early )
When your subcription expires you will not be entitled to the latest software, but you have purchased an Object Desktop subscription previously, so you are at least entitled to the latest versions when your subscription was still active. Stardock Central and Impulse both offer only the latest versions, so you will be unable to download through these. We have our own software archiving here, so if you need to restore software you've purchased and do not have an archive yourself, send an email in to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com and we can send you the latest archive of Object Desktop software from when your subscription was still current. (instructions on how to restore the archive would follow). One thing you will want to be aware of is that Object Desktop archives and Impulse archives are mutually exclusive -- that is, neither application is able to restore the others' archive.