Your answer makes a lot of sense, commercially speaking, and I agree with what you advance. But as a customer, I am not touching this. Too little, too late.
Originally Posted by MaciekA
Innovation is always good.
I will simply comment on the part where I disagree... this is NOT innovation. Far from it, it is catch-up from a late player at best. All companies use the word innovation all the time, but it is so overused that over time it has become a synonym merely with very small, nearly unnoticeable incremental upgrades.
There is zero innovation in the new G&G gearbox, they are simply playing catch-up with other players on the market.