I'm just hoping that the price of used Mach1s will fall further so I could afford one
IMO, at this point, I don't see the Mach 1's being sold off in large quantities so the owners can fund a new Mach 2. Until the final costs are realized, the mounts actually begin shipping and hands-on reports are posted, folks will probably take a wait and see position. Getting on the list costs nothing at this point. The 'problem' AP has with getting Mach 1 owners to move to the Mach 2, is the Mach 1 is an excellent portable mount, with a proven overall history of user acceptance and reliability. Old school thinking: If it ain't broke I'll keep it until it does or I win the Power Ball ..