7/10 for getting someone to bite on the Elliptigo.
Another few pieces of advice:
* Don't run a few hundred mile weeks in a vacuum...Put it up on a Blog so everybody knows! You should at least get a sock or "fuel" "sponsorship"
* Have somebody follow you with a camera, add some music, and show it at a trail-running film festival
* Better yet, claim you are attempting a World Record at something: a long trail, across the US, etc. People will be 'inspired' and donate thousands of dollars for you to f-ck around running all the time. The window on this scam might be closing though so hit it now before people catch on.
I should have done that the last year as I have put 2,526 miles on my Hoka Bondi. Maybe Hoka would have sent me some shoes for free. Of course I wouldn't have needed them!
I remember Krupicka posting here when he was doing his big weeks. I was injured from a work accident but could still stairmaster. I built up to my highest week of 28 hours doing two hours in the morning and two hours in the evening every day.