No I disagree. You get what you pay for. And whether you are a big corporation or a small business or just an individual consumer, the same thing applies. They aren't going to get near the level of service, prompt attention, or quality with that other cheapo outfit as they have been getting with Envy. So it's not like they are getting the exact same thing for a cheaper price. They're getting a much cheaper, less-reliable, slower-to-respond, and less-loyal service for half the price. It's comparing apples to oranges. So yah, if price is the only thing that matters to them, and quality and performance doesn't, then I guess it's a wise move. But otherwise, I think it's just a case of them learning the hard way all over again. That's a lesson everyone (including myself) always seem to learn over and over again. YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR. I can't tell you the number of times I thought I found a better deal on a service or product and fell for the temptation of a cheaper price only to wish later I had purchased the product or service where I used to purchase it from. In other words, I found out quickly why it was such a good deal. I think this company is going to have to learn that lesson all over again. Then maybe they'll think twice next time they want to cheap out on someone.