I don't disagree BMS is opportunistic, but I think I should have said they are opportunistic, but not a developer. I know many companies do the same thing and competition drives development, which is a good thing. But getting back to the main point, BMS did something that was very unethical and it makes you wonder what other unethical things has BMS done over the years. Thanks for the clarification.
Originally Posted by spool twice
How did I miss a point when your first post didn't even get to "the point" until you posted this reply?
Every manufacture is an "opportunistic developer," why go after a market when there isn't an opportunity to make $? I'm not defending BMS, I'm just pointing out the obvious...