Kickstarter is no place for the weak, timid, or anyone with a shred of self-respect. I say this as a person who is extremely timid, worries about what everyone thinks and have no confidence what-so-ever in my abilities as a game designer.
Engineering? Programming? I'll put myself up against anyone there. :-)
But Kickstarter, it seems, not so much for me. Quite simply, it's not for amateurs anymore. It's just not. I have been told so point blank. And that's ok. Things change. People see a way to make money and are willing to risk more to see that happen. People hire professional videographers, voice actors, artists, fulfillment companies, game designers, creators... Hey, wait a minute, what was Kickstarter for?
Oh, well. I'm still going to run my campaign. Simply because I said I was going to. I will do MY best. I promise. Will it be up to the new Kickstarter par? Personally, I don't think so. Kickstarter is a cut-throat business now. I think my only weapon is a bunch of foam rubber duct taped to a broom handle (inside joke)... :-)