Also, Bookshelves aren’t mentioned. Maybe it’s worth adding it? You could then also highlight Epilogue, which is a nice way to represent the Micro.blog ethos with regard to having a stable platform + multiple apps + cross-platform capability and options.
Thinking about the other apps, there’s no sign of Sunlit or Wavelength. Since the general apps are mentioned, I think these two would also be worth highlighting there as it is further proof of the value for money. Like with Bookshelves and Epilogue, I’d say the integration between Wavelength and podcast hosting is worth highlighting.
I know that it’s important to keep the information as clear as possible. However, Manton has previously mentioned his frustration at people questioning whether Micro.blog is still in development and I think the pricing page is a good space in which to highlight the depth of work that goes into the platform.