What I find kind of amusing is the assumption that any or all of the others will just give a snap yes/no decision on the spur of the moment. The way bidnizz works in real life, one or more of the other investors will want to think about it, discuss this with their financial / bidnizz / spiritual advisers, want more info, find out who Peng Bo is, why is he interested in the project, etc. The one thing I have learned about bidnizz types is that they don't make decisions like this quickly - expect a response MAYBE in a week or so after they've mulled things over. Also, given the distances involved, it's not like there's going to be a 'discussion' on the matter - it would be more like 'correspondence'. I think they're going to be in for an extended bout of 'hurry up and wait'.