If you don't like it, carry on supporting the projects you do like, and perhaps spread the word to help get support - like those existing supported projects have.
I wouldn't say the entire point of Cuusoo is to create one-shot niche projects. I would say that it is to create projects that Lego wouldn't already come to the conclusion that some large majority of people want, which isn't limited to just small fanbases (compared to Star Wars and Tolkien). Licensed sets are a third of potential listings, along with original sets and new piece elements. While I understand why the licensed sets reach the 10k marker before others, that doesn't mean I can't become bored with it. As I've said, I'm happy for the creators, and I'm happy for the fans; I truly mean that. I can't see any reason why it shouldn't've hit 10k. I'm glad they get the chance to be reviewed. But I still can't help but express my disappointment on the lack of original ideas meeting the mark. I've already voted for the ones that I've liked on Cuusoo, regardless of whether I'd buy the set or not. No matter how good the Firefly MOC is, I still can't get excited for something I care nothing about, just like Eve or Minecraft. To me, they're not classics like Back to the Future or Zelda. Perhaps one day they will be, and perhaps some already are viewed that way, but at the moment, I don't see them as such. To me, it's just another My Little Pony MOC that reached 10k, without the annoying fanbase. I can still announce my disinterest.
Edited by LRDark, 07 May 2012 - 05:26 PM.