Well, sure, but what's there does nothing to make me feel comfortable buying one of their radios. You say, "they have radios in stock now". My impression was that those are the same radios that have been in stock since they closed their doors. According to Mike they haven't even ordered parts to begin new production, pending receipt of a sufficient number of new orders. If they don't have the parts to produce radios, why should one think they are equipped to handle any potential repairs? I don't know. It's great that Mike has the passion and interest to try and revive the brand of what was apparently one of the better quality radios on the market, but I'm just not getting the impression that it's going to work. It will be a shame if that's the case.