“Discover HAIKU” is your gateway to the world of HAIKU. Delivered to you on a premium quality 8GB USB stick, you can boot to it directly, or install it to an empty hard drive volume on your computer. It comes with a new, up-to-date version of HAIKU, introductory videos, and a mile-long list of tested, proven programs and tools that will make your adventure exciting.
Looks like it’s made by TuneTracker Systems – not exactly an unknown name in the BeOS world. Still, couldn’t you just download the latest Haiku nightly? I don’t think Haiku has an update system in place yet, so I wonder how this ‘distribution’ keeps itself up to date.
I consider myself a fairly proficient Haiku (and BeOS R5) user, and this is utterly ridiculous.
Haiku is nowhere near completion. Heck, many “normal” web sites cannot even be visited anymore, because the webkit browser is left in a broken state, and the sole developer of the browser (and many other things) has moved on to other things due to lack of funding 
I wish Haiku all the best, but this is appears to be yet another attempt from TuneTracker to distribute trial versions of their products (all of which are included on the USB). Both the products and the Haiku “distro” costs money.
You’re better off downloading the nightly and put money into the fundraiser, instead of this radio software company which is apparently in desperate need of money…
(edit: add link)
Edited 2015-03-13 21:28 UTC