I've been doing research on old 8 bit cpus lately, and I was reading on how simple chips, even with just say 16k transistors, used design teams of at least 5-10 people. And reading about processor design on my own, it's a miracle that chip has been able to make something a complex as the p1 all by himself. In retrospect it's awful that people on these forums have been literally demanding
that chip make the p2 immediately
like spoiled children.
Anyway, parallax, the propeller is your new flagship product. The basic stamp is no longer relevant today, the arduino is both cheaper and faster, but the prop is unique and has a unique niche in the market.
Maybe you should hire some more silicon designers parallax. Take the stress off of chip to make something as complex as a pentium all by himself. Bill mensch, the designer of the 6502, is still around and has his own company
very similar to parallax where he still sells 6502 and 65186 SBCs. I would suggest contacting people like him and seeing if you could help take half the load off of chip.
And although chip has done the impossible already, what about the prop 3? Prop 4? Do you really expect him to make something even more complex than the p2 in the future, also all by himself? That's asking the impossible.