I agree with what you said. But up to 20MH/s, can be as well only 1.1 Mh/s, see the cellphone contracts. You can reformulate as "20MH/s provided BFL doesn't change the initial unit parameters and upgrade conditions."
For sure it will provide piece of mind to investors.
I find your offer interesting. Can you please clarify the statement "up to around 20MH/s" baked by actual calculations?
The BFL trade-in program isn't official yet, nor has the ASIC statistics been confirmed, so it would be impossible to clarify the statement at this time. Using the numbers from the announcement, I made a general statement about what shareholders can expect once the trade-in is completed, in order to provide a realistic expectation for the future.