It's quite possible RealSolid honestly believes what he wrote there.
He seems to be missing the point that BitCoin is proven and has been audited by some of the best security people in the business whereas MicroCash is an unproven reimplementation of BitCoin and is alpha quality at best. He has also missed the point that collecting tax in the form of redistributed account fees is a gross misfeature. Someone should write a detailed list of everything we consider design flaws in MicroCash, if you consider the implications of the things they are promising there are very many resulting flaws.
For the first time ever i believe now in RealSolids claim of having the worlds best security people working at Microcash.. i mean... looking at the history of Solidcoin everything but the GUI will be copied from BTC Projects anyway ;0)
We should not just laugh at this guy because even stopped clocks are right twice a day. MicroCash claims to have lite clients which is something that BitCoin has been promising for some time now. I'd really like to see a lite BitCoin client for devices where downloading the entire blockchain is impractical. Also RealSolid does get that most users don't understand, and don't want to understand anything more than the GUI. If MicroCash gets that one thing right and everything else wrong he will still fool a large number of users. The BitCoin GUI has to stay be more intuitive and more feature rich than MicroCash's.
Youre right at this.. i would love to see a lightweight client as well, but so far Multibit does a good job for me.. and what features would a client need mroe than it has at the moment anyway?