Wow, this -forgive my words- totally **. I was about to set up a second TS-110 in the lab solely for contributing, so I can back up my TS-219P at home. The original prices were really good, but this totally makes no sense. In this case it is much, much cheaper just keeping my Crashplan Account. Don't get me wrong: The technology/idea is really nice, and considering myself an enthusiast I would use it "just because", but not if it is much more expensive than classic cloud storage.
Also keep in mind, that probably most small 1 and 2-bay QNAP NAS are in the hand of hobbyists and home users. Maybe that is not your target market, but obviously you also aim at "normal" computers, laptops. Keep in mind that a QNAP NAS is potentially "worth more" in the Symform cloud, because it is more likely to be available 24/7, and because people use to tinker less with their NAS boxes (compared to normal PCs where you might install new software components all the time), the NAS based Symform nodes should also be more reliable.
I can understand, that maybe you want to change the pricing for a TS-859 to the "server tier" (although I am not sure while bigger iron should cause Symform more costs?) , but I think for the SOHO NAS products it is not a good idea.
For the moment, I am uninstalling Symform.