I agree. Epik sort of fizzled out really IMO (I'm an original Epik Tower and Empire owner) or better put......stabalized. But from a business stand point it makes sense. A focused product line (two products
). No complications in ordering parts, assembly, decent performance, "typical" subwoofer budget price for the avg user, quality parts and good service. Considering the state of eD (both their lines were pretty much identical in the begining), it seems that Chad made a smart business move. No question, Chad knows subwoofers. And I still hope for the day the uber Conquest II would appear
p.s. Though for me now, DIY offers better performance/$$$$ thoough it may look fugly (can be improved on eventually) and you risk a lack of components support after purchase.