Welcome to the Rhino users family Daniel,
Excuse the feral cats. They have been abandoned by many plugin developers before. Many of them think that if they give you U$400, they will own your company’s future for life. They don’t understand that if only 2000 people buy your plugin, that feeds a team for a year or less.
I think if your plugin develops well and you are successful selling licenses or selling the company it’s all great! We all wish you the best and that you become as successful with your products and services as we are with ours doing whatever it is that we do for a living.
My advice for now is that you find some local/junior designer (industrial design trained) with with good modeling skills and an eye for form to help you make your demos with more relevant work examples. Your current videos only show how you can ‘destroy’ simple forms. Topologically for a math geek that’s exciting, but your target users do not even know what the word topologically means. All they will see is that your software can turn on giant control points and vandalize geometry.
That being said, I also recommend you focus your efforts in workflow, not just topology, if you want to make a successful product, instead of a tech demo.
I’m looking forward to see where this goes.
PS: Pssst! Nerds!!! behave the fuck up! This in the only company doing modeling stuff that’s talking to us these days. Don’t go all communist on them yet. Keep your Autodesk’s hate in your pants ffs!