They could have bought an O class hobby motor and saved some time and money, but yeah, congrats I guess.
It will be interesting to see if they can actually get to orbit with their massive number of cores.I didn't really understand the slide entitled "N36 Medium-Lift Rocket", though. The subtitle is "Manned Orbital and Lunar Missions", and below that they detail the 36 common cores and so on. And on the same slide it says Neptune 36 can take 1 metric ton to orbit. Are they suggesting a manned orbital mission with a spacecraft that is only 1 ton, including passenger?
I love the idea that some company is actually trying to create a "lego rocket" - something that you can just throw together whenever you need extra capacity, or yank a core off when you don't. Granted, it's a wee bit more complex than that, but the idea is interesting and needs to be explored.
Edit: Just to be clear on my sentence structuring, I realise that it's not a Sea Dragon class LV. A 36 core sea dragon class LV would be hilarious however.