No surpise here, this was a pretty poor pitch, not Shaker bad, but poorly done none the less, especially when it felt like they were expecting Henkel's name to draw in people, when in reality he's pretty much a small niche name.
Agreed. I do still think though, that they gave up too soon. I mean, "Project Giana" got a gigantic amount of funds during the last two days or so. How much time was left for this kickstarter anway?