mmmmm, McNeel is price gouging people with this product by lot! I would say its only worth about $150.00, not $900.00!
Ironically if you sold it at the the correct price, your sales might be able to skyrocket into more mainstream markets. Though unfortunately there is freeware available that does most everything and more that Rhino does, though it is geared toward games and marketing, Rhino in appearance anyway, is geared towards building and designing boats, and anything that is computationally similar to boats. Hobbyware is what it is.
Your total inability to clearly nail your product down to hardware, eliminates you from any professional interest, except I guess the narrow category of boat builders who seem to have been satisfied with this line of products for the last twenty years. No professional in his right mind would use this product, its nebulous hardware specifications are simply flabbergastingly absurd, there is no excuse for this, unless your market is simply not professionals.
the information you guys have given me certainly implies this, you are training students, but you are not keeping professionals, so you have a financial crunch, you can’t afford to support the product properly for the professional.
my interest in this product goes beyond common sense however. So I will keep using it for the time being. Though i should get at least a $700.00 credit and a free copy of bongo 2 for all the unGodly hassle you’ve guys have put me through. Seriously this is ridiculous. Their is no excuse for this runaround you are giving your customers who may have blown $1000’s of dollars to pump up some software that can’t be pumped up. Inexcusable. Highly misleading. Again and again I have given you guys specific information for professional interest, and if I had been hasty I would be even more unhappy and pissed off now than I am, having sold people on the a notion that can’t currently be fulfilled. performance information should be readily available for customers. simply ridiculous