Concerning the BRL Project -
I got to agree 100% on the claim of many people are looking for alternatives to the FSP for all of the reasons mentioned. Also, I do not think they will have to 'bring people down' to the south so much because there are so many who are not going to NH (or went and then departed) anyway. Also, the property tax issue is quite relevant; the mention of that location being better for counter-economics is worth repeating.
It is fairly evident at this point that the FSP is well passed its plateau due to limitations already in place. I realize that having fully invested themselves, the radio hosts must place the promotion of the FSP to the forefront. But if they want to do a service then they should quit the constantly-drilled radio hype and ridiculously outdated sign-ups and accept more exposure of this project (and others) rather than just trying to tear them down.