Originally Posted by bcr123psu
Well, if you keep the flight plate and all other things constant and just swap out the GYRO wing, you start producing discs with similar feel in the hand (important), but (more important), you can maximize economies of scale and produce a **** ton of cores all at once (assuming you're not using a JIT inventory system) and pop a wing & stamp on them whenever you need to fill demand for a certain driver, thus reducing switchover costs and ensuring a consistent product.
^^ pure speculation here, but can anyone confirm/deny this is the case at MVP?
If that is the case then bravo to MVP. Heck of a smart money saving idea.