Those screenshots look gorgeous, and I'm very happy to know you're still working on this! Indeed, it would be a shame if all this progress were to get wasted. So you really need to handle the "project" side of it better.
The only way you could realistically expect to reach a feature-complete v1.0 release is if you were able to handle every step of the process yourself and triple-check for bugs all the way through. But since you're depending on other people on the hacking side, you're better off splitting up the work into separate milestones.
Was your split with DDS amicable? If it was, my advice is to let them handle whatever they were willing to do for you, their way. Only after you've reached this milestone (and maybe make it public, to let people report bugs for you), get some help for whatever changes or additional features you're planning on doing.
Either way, you need to be more specific about the hacking help you still need. Better yet, start by explaining your current process and toolset (any custom tools involved?), and then explain in detail what are the remaining roadblocks you have on the hacking side (is it related to script insertion? Graphics? Compression? etc.). This will attract the attenttion of people in the community who might've encountered specific problems similar to those and might be able to share a solution.