Sweet .. but IIRC devshares are supposed to have VALUE too .. so its not really a "testnet" with worthless tokens!!
Things are only really worthless if it fails anywhere in this series of checks:
(1) The value of it's utility is >0
(2) The value of the energy needed to sell it is less than the value of it's utility
(3) The value of the energy needed to obtain or produce this thing is less than the value of it's utility plus the value of the energy needed to sell it
In the case of (1), this has the clear utility of testing BitShares features.
In the case of (2), since this energy is constant no matter how much you want to sell, it may be possible that there is a minimum amount of DVS you would need to have in order for it to be worth something. This amount is probably substantially lower than the total amount of DVS, so this passes.
In the case of (3), it is currently very easy to become a delegate and voted in; this passes too.
DVS has value, no matter how little it may be. This is important because it will allow us to test price-feed and market functionality.