The objective of open-access self-archiving
(and what will persuade researchers to provide it)
is not to quarrel with, ruin or replace journals, publishers or peer review  (at all)
        (Self-archiving is a supplement to, not a substitute for journal publication; it is done for the sake of providing access to all would-be research-users worldwide whose institutions cannot afford the publisher’s official version.)
nor will researchers be persuaded to self-archive for the sake of  providing access to teachers - students - the general public (and yet that will come with the territory…)
nor will researchers be persuaded to self-archive for the sake of providing access to the Developing World (and yet that will come with the  territory …)
nor will researchers be persuaded to self-archive for the sake of providing access to medical information for tax-payers (and yet that will come with the territory …)
nor will researchers be persuaded to self-archive for the sake of making all knowledge/information free (and yet some of that will come with the territory…)
nor will researchers be persuaded to self-archive for the sake of relieving the budgetary problems of libraries (and yet some relief for access needs that exceed the budget will come with the territory…)