I'm not sure if you were the cause of the emails or not, so no need to blame yourself.
We get a lot of dew here in Michigan (land of 11,000 lakes), so we feel your pain.
Unfortunately, we have determined that Lycra shrouds are not suitable for our scopes for several reasons:
1. Lycra is not durable enough. Lycra gets "runs" in it anywhere there is a hole or tear.
You can poke holes in Ripstop and the holes never get any bigger over the years. Take a look at 15 year old Ripstop shrouds and see; holes do not run or fray at all.
2. Lycra allows body heat to enter the telescope light path. This is important for high power viewing.
Ripstop holds your body heat out of the lightpath.
3. On smaller telescopes Lycra absorbs water and makes the telescope top heavy.
Ripstop absorbs no water, and thus keeps small scopes in balance.
All that being said, we are glad you found Lycra to be a suitable solution to your dew problem; it just has too many drawbacks for us to "officially" endorse it.
Thanks again for your input, we always appreciate it,