That's only to be expected, perhaps, as the test is unique and enables those who care for elite athletes and teams to tell when they're heading for overtraining before the damage is done.
It can also detect infections, sometimes up to 48 hours before the athlete or player is aware that anything is wrong - time enough to manage the infection or, if necessary, isolate the sufferer to prevent it spreading.
We're pretty pleased with it. But so, more importantly, are team doctors, sports scientists and nutritionists from some household-name football teams in Europe, the Middle East, and North America.
They'e been beating a path to our stand here in Newcastle for the last three days and questioning us about every scientific detail of the ABEL Sport test - and there's been huge interest in our portable testing device, the ABEL Meter, which is a luminometer designed to let sports professionals test at the pitchside, trackside or poolside or anywhere else that suits them.
One delegate was so excited by the test and the Meter that he came back to the stand three times to tell us and confessed that he daydreamed all the way through one of the lectures because he couldn't stop thinking about the test and how it could help his team.
Everyone who enquired about the test was impressed too, by the experience of Plymouth Argyle FC's Performance Manager John Harbin, who smiled down at them from the poster on our stand (see above).
Judging by the reaction of the highly-educated and dedicated sports scientists and doctors who've been grilling us about the overtraining test, 2014 is going to be a very promising one for Knight Scientific.