I've been looking over the Starfinder material and I am keen to try it out but I am not yet confident in my ability to craft a game wholesale. But PFS scenarios off "mini-adventures" that could reasonably put together into a plotline. As time goes on and I get the feel for it, I could start crafting my own material.
Understand, I would like to add homebrew elements which means that this game will not be eligible for PFS credit, since PFS games have to adhere precisely with the rules. I don't intend to change a lot but I want the freedom to be able to do so.
I am currently running two online games, one homebrew and the other Pathfinder RotRL. The homebrew game has been running for a couple years now, and the Runelords game will hit the six-month mark in a few days.
I would expect this game to run at a slow pace, maybe one post per day or two. Normally no more than one post per weekend.
How much interest is there in this type of game?
Sorry, I should have been more clear: I was talking about Starfinder (SFS) scenarios rather than PFS scenarios. And Starfinder characters. I don't know Starfinder nearly well enough yet to be converting PFS scenarios to Starfinder, but that is a cool idea for the future.
I know there isn't a lot of selection of SFS modules yet. But they make a good starting point I think, and they are mostly low-tier.