This was great. Largely agree with the overall sentiment. Seems that Magic Leap doesn’t have an impactful competitive advantage that Apple or Samsung or Microsoft doesn’t have or couldn’t fairly easily. That being said, if Magic Leap releases an HoloLens equivalent at a consumer price (closer to $1,000 than $3,000) I think they have a shot to gain a foothold with early adopoters. Additionally if they release a HoloLens equivalent that is also untethered but has a wider field of view (say 60 degrees), I also think they have a shot. No that Apple won’t eventually come in and destroy them, but at least initially I think they would gain some traction.