Not at all Hank, I thought it was ironic that I had already talked to them!
You're right, there is a very big opportunity for them if they will listen to communitites like us to work with us on a flats vehicle that packs in the suitcase.
Note on the article I provided to the climbing maniac dude's site... two couples stayed on a tent platform constructed from three inflatables braced together with a platform sitting on extended oar handles on the water!
Now my interests would be more toward a standing sight fishing platform like you mentioned, pontoons would be an easy way to achieve that.
I'll bet a bivy sack in the kayak pulled up on the sand in a calm lagoon would be very comfortable, provided the splashing tarpon didn't keep you awake!
One of these days I am going to do a Cay-hopping yak camping trip. Maybe we could arrange such a trip with fellow forum members as a group. The Yakbone II.
The yak eliminates the rental car, the hotel, and meals are where we make them. Cheap trip and bonefish at your doorstep.