Mostly from observation. All of the people who used to be partners there are largely gone. Braydon is the last one standing. Even our forum admin deity (Harry) has departed. They were having a lot of trouble marketing the R2/C2 -- there are a lot of threads here and elsewhere about those struggles (when you can't even get a working one delivered to a reviewer like Joel Telling -- you gots problems). It was too bad since conceptually both of those are nice machines, but the problems with getting working machines to buyers just got too bad. My C2 came damaged (I got it fixed, but...) many others did as well. AFAIK they are pretty much focused on the E3 at this point (which is an educational target machine). The few that remain to focus at least I hope they succeed. They were in this mid-2013 and the previous products were not bad.