The last project named after a CEO's kid was the Ford Edsel
Like the Edsel, the Lisa was a dud that had some interesting ideas, but was a horror show for both customers and the company.
I actually used one of the first generation models. The experience was very similar to driving an Edsel, I imagine.
I was a student at a university that had one. How they got it, I don't know; there certainly wasn't any budget for such a thing. I suspect it was a demo/promotional unit that somehow ended up at a university as an educational credit, or a tax writeoff or something like that.
In any event, using it could be summed up by the infamous joke making the rounds at Apple at the time.
Person1: Knock, Knock
Person2: Who's there?
Person1: sits motionless, and unresponsive, for 90 seconds
Person1: "Lisa" (as if the previous 90 seconds had not happened)
Lisa was an interesting proof of concept of some neat technology (for 1983) which eventually did become mainstream. But as a product? Forget it.