Jason has it right; and with the kind of company´s vision and mystique that one can garner from his comments and general client satisfaction. Nuprime should still see many years to come. The question is whether those would be average or spectacular years. The answer to that normally lies within the walls of the company and the mind of it COs, and in this case our guys are asking all the right questions: what do we have?; how do we make it better?; what do our customers want (no limits amps, RPi streamer, CD player - no sure about that one as Oppo seems to have cornered the market, association with speaker manufacturers, etc.).
This revolution where "Some people spend more than $100 for a dinner for two. A family can now spend a few thousand $ a year upgrading smart phones, game console and tablets" is where the money is and music, up until TIDAL and MQA joined forces has been marketed as a comodity (no comment on MQA being vaporware or not, just business strategy here), and is this new trend that is trying to de-commoditize a product with appeals to quality and sound, but so far nobody has appealed, or at least I have not seen the advert, to what Jobs had very clear: how does this product makes you feel and be perceived by others in a broad and global campaign.
I may digress, as this is a complex subject to sum-up in a few lines post, but for a 3 year company (no looking at Nuforce tenure), Nuprime is doing most of the right things when always questioning itself.
I am a fan.