I'm starting the TOPs program mainly for my benefit, although I feel some of the girls could have a good experience with it too. It's just a bonus, really.
To contrast with the opinions you've gotten before re. real TOPS v. TOPS as a revenue stream, here is the perspective of the parent of a child who would not be asked to participate in a "real TOPS" program.
Given your motivation and goals, I wonder if you would consider opening your program to a wider range of kids than just those you'd expect to qualify for national testing. When I heard of TOPS, my first thought was that it sounded like a great conditioning program that could benefit a lot of kids, and I wished my kid's gym had it, especially since conditioning was inconsistent at that gym. I would have been perfectly willing to pay extra for TOPS classes to have my kid learn press handstands and build strength and speed that would help her progress. I would have wanted to be told up front that for her this was not intended to be the path to the Olympics or national testing, just a way to improve her chances of success in JO. I wouldn't even have minded being told flat-out that you were setting up the program as a way to improve your coaching skills--I'd have been happy to have my child participate in that experiment.