Electronics is not as hard as it it made out to be, and nowadays the tools and parts are cheap, besides I think every electric musician needs to have some basic knowledge, skills and tools to be able to get the best out of their gear and keep it working, it can also save you buckets of money. Many audio devices that people are paying big dollars for and often very simple circuits that a hobbyist can easily build themselves, have a look at what people are paying for boutique guitar effects, and it would seem it's even worse in the modular synth world as far as over inflated prices.
So if you want to beta test you will need to build a copy of what I build and help test the code when we get the hardware built.
I'll post the drawings as I do them, I'm working on the panel layout, art work and drilling pattern right now.
Start with buying some basic electronics tools, soldering iron, pliers, cheap digital oscilloscope etc, shouldn't cost more that $100-200 for cheap gear, it's enough to get started, get on ebay or DX.com and check out how cheap a hobby it is to get into now.
A gram of knowledge is worth a kilo of brute force.
Fight your gear acquisition syndrome and learn how these things work before just throwing money around.
I don't know I have the time, skills or inclination to be making kits or build modules to sell right now, though that maybe a possibility at some time in the future it will be 2 years at least I'd say. So if you want one to beta test on you'll have to build your own from my plans, and I'll share code with you, and the rest of the community.
Thanks again for your interest and enthusiasm.