While I understand your complaint, is it not a bit dramatic to say things like "I guess FFG doesn't want our money."?
I mean, obviously they want our money. They are likely WAY more disappointed that they undershot demand for the game than we are.
FFG is combining a MASSIVE license (low-risk) with a CCG format (very high risk for a publisher). I can see how predicting demand could be challenging, considering that retailers would still be losing money if they over-ordered and the game flopped like many new CCGs do (but this is Star Wars so it doesn't fit any established mold in modern gaming).
Many LCGs already cannibalize players from the other LCGs. Like you, I am also an "all-or-nothing" player when it comes to competitive games, and I only have time for 1 competitive game at a time. Some people can manage multiple games, sure, but tons of people jump from one game to the next. Few maintain more than 1-2 LCGs, but there are definitely some players who are fortunate enough to have the time/resources to play them all. A CCG is a different beast - adding it to a line of LCGs that are already shifting players from one game to the other, creates a pretty tough market to forecast for both players and the publisher (at least for the first run of a new game) in what is functionally a new market for FFG since they have been out of the CCG world for awhile now.
Now add the dice to the equation. They slow production, meaning FFGs ability to adapt to demand is delayed, at least until they can increase production be either leasing/purchasing more factories. If it were only cards, this shortage would have already been fulfilled IMO. From what I understand the dice manufacturing is the real bottleneck in supply.
I should say, that I fully expect them to improve if not completely address the supply issue by the end of the year, but only because there is so much money on the table, to your point.
Not a personal attack, so please don't take it that way. Loads of respect for you from AGoT, I'm probably just tired of the FB crowd's whining but I don't really want to try to discuss anything there because, well, you've seen how things work over there. Just apply any ill-will you may perceive in this post to all the sexist, elitist, smart @$$ jerks in the FB group haha.
I also complained a TON about AGoT 2nd Ed so I completely understand my accusation of being dramatic is pretty f'ing ironic.
Anyway, it's a really cool game system and I'm glad they took a leap back into the collectible gaming world. I just think there is an unfortunate combination of factors that are being unfairly attributed to FFGs decision making by the general playerbase, and that no matter what, demand for the first run of SW:D was always going to be a "pretty good guess" at best.