We're a largely North American and European bunch. The Chinese aren't thinking about those markets; they're thinking globally. If you produce a $75 pedal, let's say you can sell 10,000 copies into markets that have the purchasing power to buy them. If you produce a $25 pedal, you can sell into markets that can't afford a more-expensive product and pick up a smattering of people in the $75 product's market who've been conditioned by Wal Mart to want things at the lowest possible prices. Let's say there's a market for 100,000 of those. At a $10 markup on either pedal, your choice is to make $100,000 on the expensive product or $1,000,000 on the cheaper one. I used to see the same thing on a motorcycle forum dedicated to a large-displacement bike that is, in the grand scheme of things, a specialty item. The Americans thought Honda should be producing more models like it and servicing our market (mostly western Europe and North America). Their annual reports were clearly showing a strong market for inexpensive, small-displacement bikes in Asia, and they were tooling up to take advantage of it. In 2019, Honda produced 20,800,000 motorcycles and all but 620,000 ended up in India, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, China and other Asian countries. The American market as a whole isn't even a fart in that windstorm, much less one specialty model.