Sell your PTS, buy some BTS, and release your video.
We all need to be on the same team for this to be extremely successful.
By analogy, I think it's fine for shareholders to have positions in and support multiple companies and even direct competitors.
But I don't think it's OK to give 33% equity to a competitor in anything without shareholder approval though. Especially, when said shareholders have just paid a fortune to buy out said competitor.
Sharedrops are given to the owners/customers
of a competitor, not to the competitor.
This is a valid concept that may or may not entice some of them away from the competitor.
(It hasn't really been tried yet except in some ancient discussion about DNS sharedropping on Namecoin users.)
In the case of DevShares, its intended customer base is DPOS developers
and ecosystem partners
, including those who may prefer the new PTS positioning as a "neutral" share drop target. So naturally its sharedrop should be engineered to attract such customers wherever we can find them. The only other airdroppable source of potential DPOS customers is PLAY and MUSIC. I can see advantages to trying to motivate their developers to use the same test chain as well. Standardization, cross-pollination of ideas, more testing on common code modules and continued code compatibility testing come to mind.
Many advantages, come to think of it. Hmmmm....