I'm not entirely sure how "experimental" status works, and the reasons why developers should choose it. Most importantly, do I have to resubmit to upload new files? Do experimental plugins have longer approval waits? I find the status appropriate for my plugin, as it will change drastically over the next month, and overall it will have a great bit added to it when I bring it out of Beta. While in Beta it doesn't support backwards compatibility of user created data, which is why I opted to put it in the experimental status, so users get adequate warning with the big red banner, which I like being there. However, I'm just concerned that experimental status may mean more than a big red banner and possible unapproval during resubmission, neither of which concern me. The little documentation I could find on the status in my very light search said that experimental status is recommended for developers who have not started or just started coding. Since I'm over 5,000 lines of code in, and the idea is already for the most part fleshed out, I'm reconsidering after reading that if I should change the status of my plugin.