i think it looks/sounds great roldofo. i'm excited for you.
we are looking at unschooling our kiddo, and while still in the US, checked out a free school there that had an unschooling perspective. it was very cool.
(in unschooling circles, everything is learning, even playing video games. some parents who are radical unschoolers have their children choose what to do, how much, and for how long because of the philosophical perspective that they are doing what they want and need to do to learn what they want and need to learn. so, while it doesn't look like learning from one perspective, from another it does.
as a current/future unschooler, i do not think i would follow along those radical lines. our home is TV free, video game free, and we have a strong familial rhythm that de-emphasizes technology. of course, my husband and i both use computers as tools, and utilize the internet for socialization and as a tool of learning. so, there will be appropriate introduction to this tool over time. so, my son will likely not have "free reign" to use the computer as long as or however he likes. but, i respect that some unschoolers see it as part of the total package of unschooling/learning.)