Derrick R.
I don't understand why people complain about how much it is to back a Kickstarter project.  The whole point is that you DONATE towards something you want to get made, and you also get some neat rewards in return.  If people didn't donate to Kickstarter projects because they expected to get their rewards at cost, a lot of projects would never see the light of day.  If you don't want to see the game get made, then don't donate.  If you don't want to chip in a dollar even though you know you'd love the game being made, that's your call.  If you have no doubts the game will get made and you are fine with just waiting for the final release of the game and don't care about any rewards or any updates during development, then fine.
I was hoping to find a physical copy in box or some other physical reward tiers that were a little more affordable, but I'll find the one that's right for me.
I'll probably cough up for the $75 even though it's basically $25 for a .pdf.  Maybe I'll take it to a print shop so I can have it made into a physical version.  It's that or the boxed edition for $150.