They have been totally upfront about this being a marketing build up (a teaser trailer if you will) and the information itself seems to have fallen by the wayside - dismissed as marketing dog food or something.
I've see this happen time and time again with other products, some of my own. The same happens with optin lists and other freebies.
There seems to be a strong subsection of marketers who really don't like being marketed to and bizarrely see any free information given away as part of a launch as lacking any value by default. This has happened to me
If there had been a 20 or 30 dollar charge for the information, a lot more people would be singing its praises. The sad and bizarre truth is that peoples value perception of free information is totally warped.
Example - a long time ago, I gave away a free CPA report that had nothing but complaints. The grammar wasn't good enough, the design was poor. People wanted more information, such as how to write HTML, which was totally out of the scope of the book.
People scoffed at the amounts I made (which I thought were ok) and took the time to send me long winded complaints.
A few years ago, I sold 20 of these reports at $90. No refund requests, no support tickets. I suspect a lot of these people took action and implemented. I don't think that any of the freebie seekers did (although I can't be sure).
Maybe the difference is - we need to take the freebie based stuff and add darn clear disclaimers:
'I am giving you this to make money down the line'
Without that, I've found I get a lot of 'cranks' with an opinion and a lack of action seems to pipe up. They get something for free and then do nothing with it.
I'm not saying this to complain, rather to suggest that it says something very interesting about the motivations of people who pay versus those that get freebie reports.