Ok, this is what I don't get so if someone can explain the rationale behind this, I'd really appreciate it and please understand, my question has absolutely no negativity behind it at all. I'm just trying to understand why anyone would "invest" there money for the "possibility" of owning a brand new product being offered to me at a discount, that one, may never arrive, that two, even if it does, there is a VERY big chance that it will not work properly in that most new product, ESPECIALLY ground breaking product that claims to do something in a form factor that hasn't been done before and is using brand new technology, goes through their growing pains and have all kinds of bugs that need to be worked out and three, that your money would be tied up for awhile and tied longer than expected, and four, that discount could probably be realized anyway after all the bugs have been worked out and the product has proven itself in the marketplace for a bit. Typically, when one "invests" their money into a new start-up, they get a piece of the pie, if you will. They expect a return. What is the return here? Lot's of downsides, but I fail to see the upside unless being philanthropic is one of those upsides. Is that the key here?