NASA has yet to land a booster. I'd say this outfit will likely be ready for Mars before NASA
I don't know or care about what NASA is doing. I'm not into "competition" between the government and private sector, although I'm sure it's healthy.
I'm not saying that it's not an impressive technical feat. I'm "just sayin'" (using the common meaning of "just sayin'") that this is a LONG way from passenger service to the moon.
We're always "Almost there" or "On the way" on controlled fusion, or personal jetpacks, or 1-hour underground trips between USA and Europe, or Elio 3-wheelers for $6,800. And we never seem to really be.