Although this thread has been derailed a bit, I'd like to address the original topic: the January Business Development proposal.
I support the Dash core development team, and believe they are doing a good job shepherding the project in a competent fashion. If I didn't, I wouldn't own masternodes, and I'd sell them off for BTC/XMR/ZEC/Beanie Babies. A project like Dash hasn't really been done before: a decentralized payment system/currency that is governed directly by its investors. The core team is literally running into challenges that have never been faced before. Kudos to them.
That being said, I'm voting no with my masternodes on this specific proposal. I'm troubled by the unknown status of Daniel Diaz, who is still listed as the "Head of Business Development" for Dash, and until that is cleared up, I'm voting "no" on any core-team business development proposals. We haven't heard from him in months, and no one is willing or able to give us a concrete update. Add to that the problems with the Lamassau ATM proposal, and my confidence in this specific area of the core team is lacking. And because of this history, I'm not comfortable with voting for an ambiguous business development proposal with few details.
I think Ryan is doing a bang-up job, and I'm sure he's sincere that these funds will be used well, but the whole point of a governance system is that it allows investors a concrete way to register their views. In this specific situation, my view is that until the business development part of the core team is cleaned up, no more funding for it. If that means missed opportunities, that is unfortunate, but long-term this part of the house needs to be cleaned up for Dash to succeed.