Then why even release it? You're releasing a new "coding method" for mobile platforms with no documentation, no sample code, no example applications, no benchmark backups.
Nobody is going to hand over $200 without at least some of those items listed above. So it just seems a bit strange to even want to release it.
I'm just saying you should slow down a little bit, take a look at http://www.rubymotion.com/ for example. It's the same sort of thing, Ruby for iOS. They provide both examples, publicly available documentation, they even have a way to try it out yourself and see what it looks like.