I wasn't asking in the context of speaker technologies constantly evolving. Some of the best speakers you can own are legacy products. Heck there are many, many loudspeakers of yesteryear that sound a good margin better than what is out on the market today. My comment wasn't a reflection on my age, or the notion that follows that we are accustomed to incremental upgrades on a yearly or bi yearly basis. My comment about a revised model was more in line as to what competitors do, and to stay relavent in the field. I am more than happy with my Bryston loudspeakers, Infact they are the best sounding speakers I have ever owned (coming from a catalogue of probably at least 50 different sets I have owned over the years thus far). But with many other competing company in the same price bracket of brystons current line up it begs the question of what if any plans they have to keep consumers interested. Now with that said there is something to say about having a product show it's worth and relavancy in performance; but it was a lingering question I had. Even if bryston came out with a new line of loudspeakers I wouldn't upgrade, but just like any other products in their range (amplifiers, pre amps, dacs, CD players) there is always room for improvement and innovation. From a business prospective a launch of a new line up of loudspeakers can pay for itself, in exposure, hype that builds , and renewed interests from reviewers and consumers alike. New product launches always bring with them positives and negatives (R&D costs, change to development process, producing the new product) but also can introduce both new and old fans towards their brand. Personally for one area I think bryston could find some success is if they were to introduce Atmos speakers. Bryston already sells a surround sound processor that has Atmos, and since they do sell center channels and subwoofers they are interested in the home theater space, not just stereo hifi. Whether that being introducing Atmos enabled speakers where the drivers are built into the top of the cabinet (I believe klipsch has done this) or an Atmos add on speaker , I honestly do think they would sell. Although it would be a more niche product in their lineup , with the trends these days and an almost resurgence of proper home theater instead of Bose setups for example , I have solid belief that it would sell well, I'd buy a set. The only trouble I could see in regards to that however is I don't believe Axiom sells such a product, so perhaps R&D would have to go into building such a product . Just my take on things , not wanting per say a new lineup of loudspeakers , but it begs the question if there is not already interest on how to improve the originals, or diversify their current lineup.