Since joining Greenlight it has been a rough road. Gamers for the most part will reject your idea based off nothing. Usually gamers who vote on Greenlight don't want the new games that come so they usually vote no just because the game is there.
Watching the stats of the game on Greenlight is awesome and really helps you gauge how to advertise your game to the general public.
Giving incentive to votes such as giving the game for free on release of the game doesn't really give the gamer hope that they are going to get a quality game but just another number to their Steam library.
Having access to other Greenlight developers is great and we try to bounce ideas off each other to try and get each other game onto Steam. It somewhat feels like a joint effort to impress the gamer looking at the potential game and to get the word out on the game.
Its great the money goes to charity instead of Steam themselves. Its great that children can benefit from gamers and developers so that the child can have a better life.
I'd like to thank my Steam friends and friends around the world who helped me get the $100 dollar fee together to make this opportunity happen. I'd like to thank the gamers for voting Yes on my Greenlight game and I'd like to thank Steam for giving developers a chance to bring games to the gamers.