I watched most of the interview. It's interesting how Clayton needs to be, businessman, tinkerer, innovator, part scientist, pragmatist and at the end of the day, a listener--all without having an ego, so add straight shooter.
I now have more of a sense of not only what he does, but how the business operates. My first audiophile purchase was a pair of B&W 603 (2?) now I know why it was between that and the Snells of the same price, and that was about it--quotas and franchises!
Anyway, interesting, good interview!