dpd1 - 1:15 am on Jul 11, 2007 (gmt 0) As for the age range, we are all over the place. Mostly male of course, but it can be anywhere between teens and retired. Dave
You make good points palain... I think you hit the nail on the head with your example order... I don't think there's any reason why we shouldn't be selling in large quantities for gov/mil applications. The products are pretty much already there, they just need to be changed a little and morphed into a "pro" type version... ie: beefier, better components and so on. I think the biggest problem is my perception of what I thought was involved. I pictured endless testing and bureaucracy when dealing with the government, but I'm starting to see you're right... It's not as bad as it use to be. The government also seems to be ripe for the purchasing of innovative products right now. The tricky part will be not alienating the hobbyists, while at the same time, trying to create more of a professional image for the pro market, and somehow doing both.
As for the age range, we are all over the place. Mostly male of course, but it can be anywhere between teens and retired.