I have been following Moller since the early 80's. I purchased stock when it was an IPO. I have been purchasing ever since on the bottoms. The dream is achievable but in what length of time you ask. Well when I found out that stock was repurchased by the company a while back and a large portion of staff have deferred wages in lieu of stock, it gave me some insight into their belief in the company. Don't bet the house on Moller but I'm glad to have some speculation capitol on them.
There is no doubt in my mind that this company is for real, I have followed it from the late 80's myself and once my other stock makes a bounce (hopefully, anyway), I plan on buying 10-20k shares, depending on what the price is. There is very little doubt in my mind that this will be a multi billion dollar company within the next 20-30 years, quite possibly much sooner imo.
Why couldn't Boeing, Airbus, or Lockheed Martin (or whoever) accomplish what Moller is trying to do? After all, the're the flying machine pros. Surely, if there really is a market for it, they could easily build them. Maybe there really is no market - or maybe the logistical issues are way too hair and society is not ready for it: flying licenses and who gets them, DFV (department of flying vehicles), law enforcement (flying traffic cops), rules of the road/sky - where to park them? There's so many deep-rooted societal infrastructure issues, not to mention the cost of these things, that there really is no market for any sort of mass acceptance.