Originally Posted by discspeed
They can't change America...we like NEW things. That's basically where Prodigy's momentum lies so far...they are new and interesting.
Very true. Take a disc like the Aurora MS. Great disc. In the late 90's you saw Aurora MS all over; they were a new disc in a new plastic and the biggest thing going in mids at that time. No one is talking about it now; it has been on the market for 18 years. It probably has enough of a following to stay in production, but the M4 is going to outsell it by thousands this summer because the M4 is new.
How many M4's will Prodigy be selling in 18 years? Impossible to say. If they are not selling, the naming might make it hard to squeeze another disc in there and still have the naming system make sense.