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Old 03-13-2016, 04:46 PM   #370
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Originally Posted by wireman957 View Post
Excellent points, @Tcoat. A good analogy might be in the music world. Many bands have had incredible, and well-received 1st albums for which they had years to write and lots of material to pick from. Think of how many sophomore albums have been less well-received...mostly due to a more compressed time frame in which to produce them and having the bar set by their first. Only a very few bands have been successful at re-inventing themselves throughout their career to the point that everything after the breakthrough album was considered as good or better. There are a lot of one hit wonders but not a lot whose later efforts are as much appreciated as the first.
That works very well actually.
There are really two major ways that people can accept change in music or cars.


Little change from the original with the base remaining pretty true over the years but taking new tech into account.



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Or


Stick to one theme for a handful of years and then totally redesign with just hints at the past incarnation.







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Otherwise people just tend to go for what is really new and fresh but give up on it when it changes to much.



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