So your okay with creating possibly 100+ lives when it is very possible that very few people will want them? I don't know about where you live but here people aren't breaking down petsmarts door to get VT and they sure aren't looking for them on craigslist. The VT section of aquabid is a joke. Sure most new breeders aren't going to end up with more than 20 or so fry but even those will be hard to place. Not to mention few people want to pay $15-30 shipping for a fish they can pick up in a local pet store for $5
I'm not against people breeding VT as long as they aren't under the delusion their fry will be in high demand. When spawn threads start everyone always says "Ooh hold out one of those babies for me"... somehow 3 months down the road they seem to have forgotten that. You can't rely on anyone to take your babies, even more so with undesired tail types and colors. If your ok with that or don't have any scruples about handing your fry over to a pet store than breeding VT is just fine.
As for the IBC.. it's more than just breeders. Its also about educating the younger generations on bettas in general. You can learn a lot about treating diseases, food, care, history, behavior, genetics, and all other manner of things from people who have been in the game for a long time... like 30+ years long. It's also about re-creating lost colors and even lost tail types. IBC breeders won't begrudge you for breeding VT as long as you realize that they are not popular and they are not showing signs of re-gaining popularity any time soon. The IBC also is working to save and describe wild species of bettas and working to get people breeding those species who are becoming endangered because of habitat loss.
Edit ^^^ that was directed towards Bettalover101s post.
JC.. java moss is usually pretty inexpensive. I can't see your pictures so I can't comment on your spawning set up. If you could upload them to a photobucket or flickr I will comment.