What was the point of that? Harvesting email address, I guess.
I'm not fussed about the new camera. For me the key to bringing super 8 back out of the dark is minimizing the complication and expense of processing. If you could send in your cartridges and get back a good digital version for one reasonable price, I'd shoot super 8 again for certain projects, like music videos or as additional footage for live events. But, if you have to pay $50 for the cartridge and more than $50 for the processing for 2.5 minutes of footage, there aren't going to be many 7 year old potential future Christopher Nolans using super 8. I hope they can find a way to make it much cheaper. It certainly is fun and rewarding to use.