I agree with AG. If it's a superior product it will find a place in the market place. A classic example is what the government did with light bulbs. Outlawed the manufacturing of them, starting with the larger sizes - last to go were 40 and 25 watt. Now we have no choice - we're stuck with expensive replacements that aren't always satisfactory. Squirly bulbs have several weaknesses, including slow start, poor cold weather performance, poor lifetimes (in spite of their claims), more expensive, have MERCURY on board (disposal issues), and one that drives me crazy - they emit interference in the radio spectrum.
LED bulbs are terribly expensive as of date, begin to fade immediately as they go into use.
I need 100 watt bulbs for warning lights for a radio tower. I cannot find a satisfactory replacement for them in the new.
Mark me down as not impressed.