Having also tested piles of anchors I am finding it tough to garner how or why your anchor, of such similar design to a Manson Supreme or Rocna, sets so much better? I currently own a Manson Supreme, Rocna, two Spades, two genuine CQR's, Fortress, genuine Bruce, Danforth and Supermax. I have also owned a Delta Fast Set so am not just some guy who's only ever owned a CQR.. All of these anchors have been thoroughly tested by me to determine which anchor will be placed on the bow of our boat. I also own a 5000 pound digital load cell which I use in my testing. This is a piece of gear that the other 99.95% of boaters don't own to use in making a truly educated decision about how to protect their family and vessel.
Allow me to suggest that you might want to send Main_Sail one of your anchors to test. He, and his opinions, are highly respected not only here on Sailnet but also on other forums. Main tests many pieces of gear with good scientific method, has the equipment to do it well and documents the experiments well. I also have no reason to believe that Main wouldn't give your anchor a fair test and an impartial write up as well.
I think that much of the marketing success that Rocna experiences today is from internet marketing on forums (though I didn't like how it was done) and I believe that these forums are a powerful place to get a foothold for your gear, so that they can start appearing on bows and get conversations started on docs.
I would like to add that I do not know Main Sail personally, have no affiliation with him, have never met him and I don't even know his real name. I know him from this forum, other fourms and his website. Assuming your product is good, I want your venture to succeed, which is my motivation for this suggestion. I think sending Main an anchor to test may be a good way to do just that. I would think that letting Main keep the anchor for his troubles would be a nice gesture also, but not if you (or Main) thought that would taint the impartiality of the test.
You can read through some of his old posts here and on other forums to get an idea for the type of posting he does and the level of respect he garners from the community. His website also has good examples of tests and write ups he has done, without compensation (that I know of) for the betterment of the boating community.
Main_Sail's website: Compass Marine's Photo Galleries at pbase.com