I sincerely hope you're right. I've never been happier with a utility purchase than I am with my ms812. The windows based manager is excellent and so much more intuitive than products like the iConnect that I have been evangelizing for copperlan heavily for a few days.
I also hope, as a developer, that your licensing model opens up a bit. It's scary to give too much IP away - I know, trust me - but the name of the game now is open and accessible. I don't know anything about your licensing model, but I hope it either IS, or GETS TO BE nothing more than a licensee paid one time fee per new device to be copperlan certified. That will make the pro customers happy, and will let licensees charge premium prices. That said, giving away as much as possible to developers is always a good idea. I'm rambling. I just don't want my favorite new protocol / ecosystem to be anything but strong and healthy.