At this point, barring a miracle the kickstarter's already failed. Success would be ~$33k/day, after 4 days it's still at about $27k total; and the normal trend for kickstarters is a big burst of pledges at the start and a steady ramp down afterwards. My frustrated cynicism suspects that the Kickstarter was setup to fail as a way to blame us for not making a new Left Handed Naga vs just honestly saying that sales were much lower than expected and net losses on the 2014 project were unacceptably high. The reason I'm thinking that is that Razer stated they sold "thousands" of the previous model over several years, but set the minimum threshold for this one to about 10k sales in a months time. Kicktraq's currently predicting ~$166k for a final via trending - a model that typically overstates the final tally by a large amount early on, as can be seen by the steady drop in the predicted amount - and doesn't have enough data yet to initialize the projected model which early on tends to be lower and closer to the final result. http://www.kicktraq.com/projects/razer/razer-naga-trinity-left-handed-edition/#chart-daily For the moment I've ordered a right handed naga 2014 as a source of spare electronics and am debating if I want to order more than one to tide me over until 3d printing/etc advances enough to make creating a mirrored enclosure much simpler than it currently appears to be.