Just wondering if anyone is familiar with how Aristides builds their guitars. I would love to try one out, but I do wonder about the price. Usually with a $3-5k guitar, the money is in a combination of expensive woods and the labor involved. It seems like the Aristides are just poured into a mold & popped out, with minimal labor on the other end. Of course this is just speculation, which is why I ask. But if it really is that easy, why wouldn't they scale up production, lower the price-point & take on wood guitars head on? I know some of the 3D printed guitars are pretty expensive too. I'm guessing there the builders are trying to recoup the capital investment for the equipment (and maybe Aristides is trying to recoup the R&D on the magic material), but in both cases, wouldn't they be more profitable selling more overall volume at more consumer friendly prices?