I'm sorry we didn't get a chance to talk more at the show, Lou, but I wanted to again say my thanks!
I have been excited to see the variety of things coming from your shop as of late. The artistry in your craftsmanship has been well renowned here for quite a while, but it is so exciting to be able to see you spread out on so many unique projects. I hope it has served to fulfill your creativity in what can at times feel a somewhat mundane day to day of production work.
It is the little things that really reveal your passion as one creating heirloom calibre items, and I'm glad we got at least a little time to meet face to face. These same refinements you've made in the sound from your speakers should, now that they've been in the wild for a bit, be giving cost no object companies pause. If I were almost anyone, I would be a little nervous about where the bar will be set in Denver on the very high end of the industry.
Along with the sound, what resonates with me in what you build is the feeling that you are genuinely building something to last a lifetime, which I think as culturally people find their lost balance from the recent past of always chasing after "the next big thing" will put you in good company with customers looking both for something great and something with great value.
My best to you, and I will surely see you next time!