Originally Posted by Tombstone RJ
Like I said, increased profits. But it's not necessarily better for the consumer, quality can go way down too.
Quality usually goes up, because your quality inspectors don't need to be trained in multiply pieces and when end up doesn't work correctly it easier to to identify the root cause. And profits are only going to be high when the competitive advantage is there, once the competition jumps on board it becomes price point issue to win market share.