So, where's the project at now? Is the DisplayPort version anywhere near full development yet? Are you still actively selling? EDIT: Nevermind, watched your video's and saw that it is completed
Is G-sync possible to duplicate on your boards? (Not that you'd need it at such high refresh rates, probably). I'm guessing they have their own proprietary tech that you'd have to reverse engineer? Freesync? EDIT: Again, watched your video. It's possible but not yet implemented. Hope to hear more about it in the future.
What about backlight strobing? EDIT: AGAIN, watched your video and realized it's supported.
Also, I'd be willing to bet that an FPGA version that allows for hardware Overdrive (even perhaps per-panel custom Overdrive) would be a hot seller, despite the high cost. I know I'd be interested in it. There's really no limit to what some people will spend to have the very best.
Perhaps the entire project could be open at some point? Schematics, VHDL/Verilog, technical information, broken-out headers. Could you imagine? With a community behind development, the potential is huge. Hackaday would certainly promote it, and if you play the cards right, you could make good money on "official" ready-built and tested modules/platforms (not unlike Arduino). A kickstarter campaign of some sort in conjunction would work really well.