While ThemeFrame looks promising, I'm finding it very frustrating trying to locate any details or answers to simple questions. The only public information on this product is a single web page with scant information and two buttons; "Ask Questions" which links to this forum, and "View Video" which is a poorly made screen cast.
There is no centralized location where everything is explained, where screenshots can be found, a FAQ or a wiki, no "getting started" or list of features. Judging from the amount of users who posted their problems just trying to locate where to download this after paying the $80 donation, I wonder if customer support will exist at all. I read that the "beta" price kept increasing with new releases. Beta price increases? Not a good sign.
Maybe this is the best WYSIWYG template builder for WordPress. But how do I know it won't be obsolete with the next version of WP? Building a great software product isn't enough. You need to present it (with more than a static single web page), support it (more than relying on a forum), and market it (more than hawking a price increase after beta testing). Most of all, you need to convince developers, like myself, that this product is worthy of my hard-earned cash before I risk taking a chance.
Flynn, please get your marketing act together before you launch this as a viable product. Doing this will increase "donations" and give us some confidence you'll be around to update WP 4.0. Thanks.