I recognize that I am probably not going to persuade you (or most of your readers) on this point. But these kinds of strategies have never been tried before in a math software package, and if they do work, then the developers stand to make a lot of money, and it could help a lot of students. I canâ€™t be sure how effective these strategies would be until theyâ€™re tried, but I have a lot of reasons (which I tried to explain in the article) to think that they have the potential to make a big difference. Thatâ€™s why Iâ€™d like to see a publisher or software company invest a few million dollars to produce a really high-quality software product.
I respond in the comments.