I've dug up my post about how the budget allocation works, here it is:
We start with the Gross amount raised. From this we deduct the fundraising expenses: KickStarter's fees, BackerKit costs (we'll probably use them), and the cost of producing and shipping the promotional items that are not part of the set that everyone gets (the cels, posters, kits, and some other goodies I'm going to be adding soon). Note that all the extra goodies provided so far have been donated by AnimEigo, myself, and the licensor -- our gifts to the project. So the only cost that gets deducted for them is the shipping.
That gets us the Net amount raised, which comes in two categories: the Net amount raised from BASIC supporters, and the net amount raised from PREMIUM (and above) supporters.
50% of the BASIC Net is the BASIC Budget Contribution. 50% of the PREMIUM Net is the PREMIUM Budget Contribution.
The Per-Copy BASIC Budget Allotment = BASIC Budget Contribution / # of BASIC products ordered (including any Double-Vision Addons).
The TOTAL BASIC Budget = Per-Copy BASIC Budget Allotment * # of products ordered (BASIC,PREMIUM,Double Vision). This is how the PREMIUM folks contribute to the Basic set that everyone gets.
The SPECIAL PREMIUM Budget = (BASIC Budget Contribution + PREMIUM Budget Contribution) - TOTAL BASIC Budget. This is the amount that the PREMIUM folks get to have fun with.
Right now all I can do is generate rough estimates for the total budget (both BASIC and PREMIUM combined) because AFAICT I can only get a full download of what everyone's ordered after the campaign ends. But as soon as I do get that data, job #1 is going to be making a public spreadsheet of all the costings.
My current conservative estimate of the total excess budget (which includes a contingency fund for unanticipated expenses) is about $11,500.00. Once I have access to the proper backer data when the KickStarter ends, I'll be able to generate tighter numbers, and the budget will almost certainly become larger.