I guess this wasn't as clear as I hoped. If you purchased the deluxe pledge, then you have Pimax V2 base stations. Whether those arrive in October or January, you essentially own them as of now. This takes precedence of what you might need to do between the time you get your headset and base stations- presuming they arrive independent of each other.
So on this, the thinking is that there are buyers who bought the deluxe pledge because they wanted it. This is in contrast to the other option which is to convey that you purchased the deluxe pledge because you had some understanding that the base stations would no longer be available in the future.
As we are facing the possible reality of base stations no longer being available to buyers, I think it's important to get a sense of what people understood at the time of the pledge. A good number of people who deferred purchase of base stations either did it out of financial concern or because things weren't too sure about details of the Pimax base stations. We knew Valve had a version 2 coming, but in the beginning, it wasn't too clear whether Pimax was building under version 1 or 2. Of course there were also a bunch of Vive owners who held off because they already had a kit and planned to reuse what they had. Point being that not only are we looking at the possibility of not being able to use our credit with Pimax to complete our setup, it has also been implied that Pimax will not sell these base stations as add ons anymore.
The point here is to bring to Pimax's attention what the understood dynamic was. It seems pretty well agreed that these base stations are an add on and can be purchased. Even as of now, it's on the kickstarter.