To be a continued hit in the market you need to constantly develop your product line. While the competition like Magico, YG, Wilson, Rockport, Avalon, Tidal, Genesis, JM Lab etc are reinventing their line by introducing new and improved models, it seems as though Kharma is content to keep with the same basis models and develop details on them while raising prices to stay with the competition. I am not sure if using time and energy to introduce diamonds and leather finish on the speakers are competitive with introducing a new model with new technology and better sound. That is if the target market is mostly concerned about sound and not how the leather on the baffle matches the leather on the couch in the reception area of their yacht. That might not be the target market though, and that is what might have happened to Kharma.