This is really a game changer Michael, I wish we had something like this 5-10 years ago. I really think you need to get in touch with Harman and see if you can partner up somehow to push this out to the world of non-AIR developers to see if you can attract new users. We in this community surely appreciate the effort, but the world of non-AIR users needs to know that it exists to really make an impact.
One question: How does apm know which packages a user is "allowed" to install and use and which they can't? For instance, your example shows adding Ads to an app. I do not have a subscription for the Ads ANE, so how would it know whether to install it for me or not??