I was reading about GC circling the drain on another forum today and it got me to thinking about this scenario. Historically, music stores were mom and pop shops where you went to see, touch and feel a limited amount of overpriced music equipment. And Carvin was that weird catalog you got in the mail with pointy guitars in it that you read in the bathroom. Flash forward to today and places like Musician's Friend, Sweetwater, Music123, etc have somewhat taken over for the mom and pop shops. Now they send you catalogs and allow you to browse their website, find the instrument you like for a good price and have them ship it to you for a limited trial period to see if you like it or not. Interestingly enough, this is also how Carvin does business now as well. Or actually, they might have been doing it first. Same type of catalog, website, similar products, similar trial period. Has this changed the way you feel about Carvin over the years? Were they ahead of their time?