Reason for the sarcasm is quite easy (even tho Elianda's answer is more than sufficient already).
Til last night there was 1 working prototype in existence, with a second I built earlier that day being unstable as hell (sometimes would init, sometimes would crash before init, sometimes would run for 30 seconds [enough to start a test program] and then crash the whole system). Having no scope at hand badly reproduceable errors like that are hell - even with a scope.
But fear not ... said second prototype is now running stable, after lifting a pin and soldering an airwire.
There are still a few scenarios that might happen where it turns out the ARGUS may not be fully compatible with the GUS PnP - that's something I want to make absolutely sure that it's not the case before doing a production run.
Long story short - I largely appreciate your feedback, enthusiam, support and interest for the project, but at this point it's anything but final even with 2 cards working as of now. Also keep in mind this is largely a single person project (the schematic, layout, assembly was all done by me so far, with a bit of help with reading out the ROM by marmes and wbc, alien^pdx desiging the PCB art and hard1k supplying the silkscreen logo), with a few giving technical input/ideas and moral support behind the scenes and 2 coders being involved which will come to fame at a later point.
While I announced that a second batch might be a possibility (at unknown conditions as of now), my focus is currently on the first batch - so to keep things short: If your name is not on the Prototype PCB - better hold your horses and wait
Afterall this was originally an opt-in project (and still is) either by donations to fund the prototyping and acquisition of the ~190 InterWaves or by adding input to the project in one way or another (technical research, pcb art, code, etc.).