Looking at the Propeller board offerings while trying to get a friend interested in purchasing Parallax instead of Arduino, something dawned on me. For quick solderless projects, Parallax appears to be headed toward standardizing on two offerings for the P1: the Activityboard WX, and the FLip. At $79, you're asking new adopters to pony up considerably more than they would elsewhere, just to try the Propeller if the ABWX is their first board. Which is fine if they see the value. If they don't, you might have to convince them of what the Prop can do vs Brand X first.
Enter the FLip. Great product, everything in a nice, tight, powerful package for $35.
However, it needs a breadboard to really be useful to someone new to microcontrollers / electronics, and unlike most forum members, they don't already have one. If you make them hunt for one, you might lose a sale. A quick Internet search found a 400 point, 3.25"x2.15" breadboard for $1.11 shipped. If Parallax bought in quantity, you could probably purchase closer to $1. A breadboard that small is unlikely to increase the price of shipping the FLip.
Maybe you would consider raising the FLiP price to $35.99 and include the 400 point breadboard for "Parllax / Propeller newbies"? The offering then looks more robust or complete to them, and they can use it right out of the box without having to track down another part.
This is only meant as a helpful consideration after my recent experience trying to convince someone to give the Propeller a try.