I found this article: https://articles.thmsr.nl/the-flibe-energy-lftr49-the-triple-ace-in-nuclear-gen-iv-design-ea9bffcd71dd#.szx2vbyv0
which is apparently a few weeks old but I have not seen anyone else post a link.
The reactor names LFTR23 and LFTR49 appeal to me, since I read Kirk's doctoral dissertation and understand the references, but I'm not sure about the marketing appeal it may have. But as an engineer I'll say marketing is not my strong suit....
I do think the prospects of eliminating Pu stocks and/or TRUs from SNF *while* creating U233 that can be fuel or a medical isotope source...should be really compelling.