Name an Iphone that's available at 30 bucks a month on a no contract plan. Oh, that's right. You can't. "Seem" not to be? Explain why a company would make a model of something they don't make money on. Sam made a claim about "too many" based on some pseudo-pyschological claim that "too many" choices are somehow bad (even though the author he cited in defense of this idea conceded that he got perfect fitting jeans from all the choices available), ie he was ignoring economics. I say if it sells, there's no reason not to offer it. How is this wrong?