There's no denying that an NCore amp can be DIY'ed for cheap, Mola-Mola can't set itself up as a competitor for DIY'ers and Hypex's OEM clients.
If you bu Mola-Mola, you are essentially buying the certainty that your gear was 100% designed by Bruno Putzeys.
IMHO, it's not worth it, but some people may have the cash to spare.
I suspect that there are folk out there who are sufficiently in awe of his talents that they will want nothing less, just as there are folk who simply have to own Halcro, Krell or whatever. I'll probably never hear a set of Halcro monos doing their thing, and I doubt that I would be willing to drive to South Australia (!) and hand a man a cheque for 40K even if I had that kind of money. Ironically, I lived in Torrensville way back in the 80s - cant say it left a particularly positive impression on me - but Adelaide is a long, boring drive from my place but paying freight on those monsters would really hurt - two man lift etc.
I dont know what the shipping weight of the Mola-Mola pre/power set comes to, but I'm confident that its a whole lot less than anything they have at Halcro. Whether they are even in the same league sonically is the question on everyone's mind, but from a practicality POV, the Mola-Mola doesnt seem as intimidating as the Class A competition. xe.com tells me that even 20K Euro (allowing for freight and Customs duty on 16.5K Euro) is less than 26K AUD - and the 40K Halcros would still need an expensive pre-amp, not to mention the fuel bill and the damage to the suspension on my Mazda 3.
I know - fantasyland both ways - but for the mining magnates in this vast, brown land, its chump change.
(note to the Class A devotees out there - I got the horse's head, so please dont send any more. If my mentioning Halcro and Krell in the same sentence as Class D infuriates you, please take a chill pill before posting something rational to that effect. I freely admit I havent heard any of the above, and quite possibly never will - c'est la vie)
Like beauty, value lies in the wallet of the beholder
If I were into amps (as opposed to active speakers), I'd be more likely to spend $1k on a Yamaha P7000 than a $2k third party NCore, no matter how "objectively better" the NCore performs.
PS: If I were to estimate at what price an Ncore based stereo amplifier would be a good value $2000-$2500 would be it.