I see that you no longer mention the percentage of CPU's that are able to hit a certain clock. From a business perspective it makes sense; why would you provide this kind of info as it might drive away customers who are willing to play the odds now that they have a rough idea of their chances. If this is not the case then what is the reasoning behind removing this information?
Also I was just looking over the warranty and noticed this:
What Silicon Lottery Will Do
Silicon Lottery will test the processor upon receipt to verify any defects or malfunctions. Upon confirmation, a replacement processor will be issued. If available, a binned processor with similar specifications will be given. If a comparable sample is not available at the time, you will receive a processor of the same model instead. Customers are responsible for all shipping costs involved for warranty service.
I don't imagine having any problems that would require warranty service. My 7600k 5.2Ghz has been holding up fine since January. Still, it doesn't really seem fair (or instill confidence in my purchase, exactly the purpose of a warranty) that if I would run into an issue that I could end up with a standard un-binned CPU of lesser value as a replacement. It's still nice to know your covered if something goes wrong but considering the service you provide essentially what we are paying for is a binned CPU and receiving anything less as a replacement doesn't seem fair.
One last question that hasn't been brought up. Why the standard use of an AVX offset now? Personally I don't like the idea of this newish feature at all and so I don't use it. If it can't run at a certain clock then it can't run at a certain clock. I understand people will have differing opinions on this but using something like this will always feel like a "fake overclock" to me.
In the end it's nice that you extended the coverage to a year. I bought when it was still only 30 days and you used the same wording for that warranty so I'm probably nitpicking a bit here but it seems odd to me to see a warranty that offers such a great potential to receive a less valuable product as a replacement. Particularly in this instance where the product you are buying is not the chip itself but the binning service.