Members Mikester Posted October 30, 2013 Members Share Posted October 30, 2013 This is from a post at LSP by Andreas Beck, who is not a Revell employee but was associated with their 109 project: "Revell´s product manager knows about all our desires and wishes. But the final word about production is felt elsewhere. Our bunch only represent less than 5% of the sales figures and at least Revell is just a normal firm and product decisions are a result of economic reflections." I find this both illuminating and amusing. Amusing because a certain contingent at another forum (that will remain un-named, but if you've been there you know) seems to think model companies hang on every post that is made there and should base their decisions on what gets posted. Basically what this means is for every one of us that posts on a forum and voices our likes and dislikes about a kit, there are 19 people who are just going to build it, put it on the shelf and be happy with it. I'm sure what gets posted is occasionally taken into consideration but we're just a small part of a very big picture. 4 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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