If they can get that price down from its astronomical level down to sub-$2000, it'll be hugely popular.
I went and watched some reviews. I honestly don't think it does that well, considering the consistency of the images in the reviews, and what I've seen here and from other dedicated AP setups. Those reviews say it's going for over $4000!! No way, thanks. I see value in some assisted-observing, but it's not live enough to show an Io transit, for example (and if it is, the FL is too short, IMO).
I think if one can, it's great to get into AP. Perhaps it would be an excuse for me to get that 150-600mm Tamron lens for my camera that I've wanted for wildlife photography, but for me, I can simply search for images on Google if I want to see a photo of something (it's not like they're going anywhere).
Maybe for $4000, a 12" guided Dobsonian with a dedicated sensor would be a better close-to-live image?
Still, I look forward to Astrobiscuit's video - it's always entertaining, and I hope his channel does well.