Two problems with this analysis: 1). Buying audio equipment is not an investment. Rather, it is a purchase of goods meant to be used and enjoyed by the owner; 2). You (or me, or anyone else) have no idea what an individual TuneTot buyer’s motivations are and therefore have no basis to consider whether they are reasonable. They might not buy them to show off as a status symbol. Rather, they might like the sound (or even the look, bleh!) of Wilson speakers and want that same sound in a smaller setting. Maybe they have put the TuneTots on a breakfront or console in perhaps their dining room? The applications for smaller speakers are endless because they can fit anywhere, not just on a desk. I think that’s Wilson’s point for this product—the Wilson sound for use in unconventional locations.