We haven't signed up as many resellers as we were hoping -- but that's largely due to the fact that the sales have been so strong that we haven't had enough keyboards to supply more resellers. Certainly a good problem to have (if you had your choice of problems).
Emulating Apple in that regard
Definitely not a bad problem to have.
By the way, after about a month of ownership, I'm very pleased with the board. It's met my expectations in every way and it's going to be my daily driver at work for the forseeable future. The switches are fantastic and the USB hub has been super handy to have. The shape/design of the case is nice & somewhat unique, and despite the back tilt legs not having any rubberized parts, I have not had any problems with it sliding or moving around. It's the worthiest successor to the AEKII I've found. So my compliments on creating a really fantastic board, Matias!
The only part that isn't absolutely perfect in my opinion is the glossy black case.
Don't get me wrong, It's not that it looks cheap, or that the paint job isn't quality (it is); but it shows fingerprints and dust (of which there is a lot of in my office) like crazy. I'm considering painting it matte black or silver like the mac version. Just need to decide the best way to go about that and have it look good. And hope that I don't have any problems with it in the future since that will certainly void whatever warranty you have on it. I was tempted to purchase the mac version because of the silver/black color scheme, but I use it on PCs exclusively at work.