Zero. That's why the advice I give people is specifically tailored towards those who currently don't have the opportunity to make a professionally budgeted film. I've never tried to stop you from making a professionally budgeted film, have I? I've never told you that the way you're making a professionally budgeted film is wrong, have I?
And I've never tried to stop you from making a no/nano budget film, have I? For the umpteenth time, you're completely free to make any sort of film you want. If you want to make a hobbyist film, I'm not stopping you or advising you not to. How many times and how many different ways do I have to say this before you get it?
Here's the thing though, YOU said that you want to make a "superb" theatrical feature, you've talked about "Hollywood", distribution and impressing investors. This means in effect that YOU do not want to make a hobbyist film because hobbyist films do not get theatrical distribution, do not attract investors or get noticed by "Hollywood". It therefore also means that, unlike most publicly accessible online distribution and most "film" festivals, your competition is NOT other hobbyist films, it is professionally budgeted films! And, even most professionally budgeted films do not attract "Hollywood", investors or at best, anything beyond the most limited theatrical distribution.
None of this means that it's absolutely impossible for a nano budget film to succeed (in terms of your stated goals) but it does mean that to stand any sort of vaguely realistic chance, the budget, approach, goals and execution have to be optimised/maximised. And obviously, optimised/maximised in terms of the competition (which again, isn't other hobbyists), otherwise you're taking a knife to a tank battle! You don't seem to care that you only have a knife, you don't want to know what sort of fight you're getting into and you obviously hate anyone who has actual experience of fighting tank battles trying to give you any advice. Even though I think it's foolish, I get that ... and that's why I told you that my responses are aimed at others reading the thread/s, as it would be an obvious waste of my time advising someone who has publicly stated they are deliberately ignoring my advice.
Just in case I haven't made it crystal clear, I'm not bullying you into or against making anything, it's your $20k and it's your life. You're entirely free to do with them whatever you choose, including wasting both and, in your case, I'm sincerely well past the point of caring. The only thing I do care/object about is your "specifically tailored advice" to others with a similar situation/goal: It is NOT being "encouraging" or "optimistic" to advise others to take a knife to a tank battle! On the contrary, it's particularly bad advice, it's the kind of advice you'd give to someone you hate, not to someone you want to help or "encourage". How ironic then, that you're calling me the "hater"!!