Definitely the founder premine is a major concern that should be addressed. The group is doing a fundraiser and after that they are taking a significant premine of ether as well for themselves. Along with the premine strictly for the founders, they are taking another cut of ether to pay for a "long-term reserve pool to pay expenses, salaries and rewards". What confuses me the most is, shouldn't the initial fundraiser be ample to pay for the expenses, salaries, and rewards?? This is a ridiculous amount of privilege for these "founders", my two most major concerns with the issuance is that 1.) The fundraiser alone should be enough to pay for the rewards/network/salaries and 2.)If they really believed in their project then they would be well compensated alone by being the "early adopters" of the currency. The idea of how much privilege is being issued is really one of their most significant downfalls.