I think that one of the most powerful things the revival movement can do is start concentrating on a few things which are a bit more technology based and a bit more community building (not really a criticism here I am just trying to make some observations).
I am a member of the Cornish diaspora (outside of the UK) and I have observed with interest the developments over the last few years. I am a young person (30 years old) and my grandparents spoke some basic Cornish and alluded to their own family speaking it. I respect the fact that people put alot of effort into translating complicated texts but we need more accessible and mainstream translations.
In terms of how to buld this language up, I think it would be far better to translate into Cornish something like Whatsapp, Skype or other programs than to translate biblical texts or old books. While literature is important we need to concentrate on what is really important and do the basic stuff. When my Cornish is up to scratch I want to spend my time translating computer programs and mainstream materials.
In terms of the "community building" aspect of what I was saying, I reckon that there needs to be more to appeal to the young and online community stuff could work. For example, I have not seen any Cornish language chat fora (though I have not looked).There should be more central places online so that young 20-30 year old people can chat in Cornish.
I just found this place now and I am interested and generally impressed with the ongoing discussion. Ultimately, it is all about building a community which can really be quite hard to do.
Just thought I would add, I think if the efforts are ont he community building then funding really will not matter. If there are enough resources and enough of a community then ultimately the funding issue does not scare me. Though, it would of course be better to have a few in support of the cause!