i wonder why, though. is the demand in a business environment really there? is the code really all that different (i would imagine it could easily be ported to java from the binaries)?
or, like i stated earlier, is it just because the software can and will be cracked and pirated on the other OSes and this is their only current OS that they can control piracy.
i understand that the competition does not exist on this platform, thus prices can be more expensive (i think you explained this when one of the SSH companies increased their offering price - i think it was Idokorro). however, i think that the fact their software is not being pirated on this particular platform can also drive the prices up a bit to make an extra profit - people HAVE to pay if they want to use it (and this is understood).
while i'm all for a company (a start-up, nonetheless) making money by smart play in the game of economics, i don't think taking advantage of a situation (especially when you have other OS support for cheaper) is necessarily fair either (of course, i could be way off-base with my assumption). anyhow, just some ramblings for conversation.