I know these usually come to life in the final week or two, but I have to wonder where things would stand if this was a bit smaller, cost maybe around $350-400, and had a 10K backer goal. I feel like that would be a much easier trigger-pull for a lot of people, since the combination of price and sheer size make this a very very situational product to own (I know that's the reason it's being crowdfunded like this, but still). I think to the major expensive toy hobby - Lego - and how the highest end stuff usually goes over with people there. There are always ways to get creative in affording the high end Lego products - you can save up VIP points, there are usually promotions where something gets thrown in, and you can take advantage of double VIP points periods at the time of purchase to maximize the value you get out of it. As of right now, Hasbro isn't throwing in a Pulse Premium membership, or any form of Pulse credit, or anything else - so the value is just the purchase (and owning a limited run item).