A couple of thoughts…
Parhaps you could say ‘save up to $1000’ instead of ‘save $108 to $1,068 a year’ - $108 isn’t very motivational. My guess would be that not many people who buy your product are doing it specifically to save $108. Maybe because it’s the cheapest, which raises another point… is branding yourself as as the cheapest product really how you want to distinguish yourself?
You make a few other claims, about being easy to install and use. I think Amy Hoy spoke about this at Microconf in 2012, I watched the video, really good - http://unicornfree.com/2013/a-customer-is-your-mvp-a-video-talk-on-making-products-that-sell - I’m thinking particularly of the section starting at 15:45, but really, they whole thing is good & much better if you watch from the start! (Also, I really should watch the rest of those videos that I haven’t already got to!)
And then we’re below the fold on my tiny tiny macbook air screen and I’ve closed the window, hope there wasn’t anything important on the rest of the page. (Don’t want to be unhelpful, I do the same thing when assessing apps I actually am in the market for… not sure if I’m typical, it can’t hurt to really grab attention at the top of the page though.)