You bring up some great points. I’d like to see the long term viability of these, if they end up putting them into production. It is great though, that they are addressing seasteading (Even if they don’t call it that). I’d love to see more manufacturers move into this direction, as far as looking into seasteading applications. Perhaps this will bring forward some viable seasteads that will be fully usable, and reasonable for reliability, and long term application.