I'm not trying to slow anyone down, or trying to detour anyone from trying to add products to my wish list (it's much easier than it should be
but I think the matter with the website is that he is trying a blind-excitement type of marketing campaign.. *let's all speculate on what it could be, that picture is blurry, but it looks like a discharger..can't wait!*
sounds familiar because it's done by almost all the companies in this industry.
the problem is.. it only works if a company has already proven itself with other stand-out products.
if someone brand new (admittedly no less) is coming in trying to get you excited about their company, they HAVE to give you some information about what they do. Just saying "hi, i'm a company look at this grainy picture" is not really going to evoke excitement.
IMO, let us know EXACTLY what you are shooting for, EXACTLY what you want to produce, and EXACTLY what you want to get out of it (monetary or otherwise) I think when companies in this industry treat the end users like investors rather than acting like salesmen with a brainless person it sells the product a lot better.. not to mention the fact that is says volumes about the company. (motive, ambition, scope.. these are all important to me if I'm going to drop even 75.00 on a nice little electro-gadget)
In other words, don't be discouraged by us.. but we need a little more to help us get excited WITH you.