Just sayin’ (what they can’t say)…
First things first. If you’ve never bought a new one, you’re not a customer and you’ve never been a customer. Go back to Craigslist.
Second, if you did buy one of the halo models representing less than 10% of total units sold, you are not—I repeat: not—the company’s target market, primary source of revenue, or ideal customer. You are certainly appreciated, but you are an outlier. Get your facts straight.
Third, if you claim a company with six consecutive years of double digit growth—entirely on the backs of products you claim “nobody wants”—is failing or somehow incompetent, you stand out as being particularly ignorant. Get your head out of the sand.
Fourth, if you think following the company around the web and slandering them with libelous claims is going to get you anything but completely shut out of the future, you’re in for a very lonely, unsupported future, as both the company and the aftermarket making “built not bought” a point-and-click proposition for you move on without you.
Finally, if you can’t grasp the simple economic principle that increased global demand for the company’s mass market products enables the low volume halo models you want—that we ALL want—and that your constant, ignorant flaming is sabotaging any chance we might have getting them in the near future—just do us all a favor and go away.
Ignorant, petty tribalism isn’t making anything great again. You’re merely slowing the inevitable.
Part of the solution, part of the problem, or just part of the landscape. Your choice.