Let's be serious. Uplisting to OTCQB (with or without R/S) should be the realistic step to look for. I obviously favour no R/S however.
The OTCQB, also called "The Venture Market," is the middle tier of the over-the-counter (OTC) market for U.S. stocks. It was created in 2010 and consists mainly of early-stage and developing U.S. and international companies that are not yet able to qualify for the OTCQX but are not as speculative as the lowest-tier Pink Sheets.
To be eligible, companies must be current in their reporting, undergo annual verification and certification, meet a $0.01 bid test, not be in bankruptcy, have at least 50 beneficial shareholders, each owning at least 100 shares, and a public float in excess of 10% of the total shares outstanding—some flexibility is offered with regard to the latter requirement.
Discussing NASD, NYSE, or even TSX is ridiculous ... for the moment.