Our agreement with Microsoft was to sell no more than 10,000 tokens. Our team doesn’t currently have plans to renegotiate this number, although it’s a matter we’re still discussing.
There's no doubt that their $9 unlock solution was cheaper than the $99 required under Microsoft's own system, and Microsoft are to be commended for giving the community a second alternative (and official) avenue to unlock their devices to develop on them, or run other homebrew applications.
We'd love to see ChevronWP7 open up again, and shall watch with keen interest. At the same time, we must also remember that the ChevronWP7 effort was a hobby for the team, and likely takes up a lot of their spare time. So congratulations for all their work so far.