Hi there, turtlebite,
The Swift port is not 100% yet, but will be brought into the fold as soon as it is. Saad Shams is actually working on that project as well and has ports of StateMachine and Pipes on the way.
I realize PureMVC isn't burning up the world like frameworks such as Angular (which have massively funded teams behind them and continually reinvent what they are). But it is solid, works as advertised, and will not be forcing you to change your code because we decided that there was a better way to do things and we'd better throw everything out and start over with a new grand plan.
Unlike other frameworks which try to include everything and the kitchen sink, PureMVC is tightly-focused, so it's not continually changing, and thus generating news about the latest features, etc. As someone who was tired of being jerked around by the continual need to upgrade and change as a result of dependencies, I valued the goal of defining a clear scope, reaching stability, and freezing it, over trying to include everything, and therefore never getting it quite right and having to tinker and drag devs along with me on the journey up one side of the mountain and down the other each year. In this, I was inspired by the great Java XML object model XOM http://www.xom.nu/
Since 2002, it has just done the right thing, period. It hasn't exactly burned up the Java world, few people even know about it, but from the start it was always the best option, and continues to be today.
As for the PureMVC website, it would be great if it were redesigned, but the effort to incorporate the forums, where the bulk of our knowledge is housed is difficult, owing to the Simple Machines (not so simple) platform. If someone more talented than myself in the web design space were to offer, I'd gladly do everything I could to help.
And as to support, you ask a question, you almost always get an answer here, or find it already answered by some other thread. I'll admit that being a Flex coder, my personal focus has mostly been in that language, but most framework related questions are applicable across platforms, and the authors of the various ports are usually available for comment.
That said I'm more than open to suggestions that could be readily implemented that could help with the PR image