Why not offer to donate a DVD to a public library system if enough people from that district donate to you kickstarter. What if 20 people from Multanomah County donated $10 each? Then all the bazillion "permies" and everyone else, in Portland could check out your DVD if they wanted to, and you would at least get $200 from all the unemployed, el-cheapo library lovers like me, who would normally give zero. I would be happy to contribute in a small way, more within my means, that would make your DVDs available to more and more people. Another option is a first-come first serve early bird option for low-incomers to buy the book/DVD/whatever at a really reduced rate, to reward those who jump on the bandwagon fast. Like the first 100 qualifying po' folks get the DVD/Book/Gizmo for like 40% off. I actually did that, sight unseen, for Eric Toensmeier's forthcoming book, because the discount was so good. Also why not offer enrollment in future courses at the lab or elsewhere as rewards? I really like the idea of a great reward that you could get for a dollar or two....like the 15 minute trailer of the dvd, or the 20 minute tour of the lab or the 5 page ebook explaining the most fundamental concepts, but without all the fancy stuff in the DVD. Who could resist?