Have we convinced anyone?
As of summer 2008, we have reached out to professors of philosophy around the world
who are active in the free will debates and have modest signs of a consensus that the Randomness Objection in the Standard Argument against Free Will is flawed.
Adequate determinism means that randomness in our thoughts about alternative possibilities does not directly cause our actions.
A random thought can lead to a determined action, for which we can take full responsibility.