Not trying to be difficult or rehash many topics (and I realize in saying that I'm simply going to be difficult and rehash topics), but isn't this more evidence of the flaw of the OneShoe. You bought a bunch of Marinella ties, talked about how great they were, and later determined they were unsuitable. You had a bunch of one-button coats made and now find them unsuitable. Tastes, desires, etc. change. You've proven that yourself. However, have you not insisted that the OneShoe works, because you couldn't possibly change your opinion on such a sartorial matter? It seems you have, in fact, several times found your tastes and desires changing. Why would that be the case for ties, coats, etc., but not for shoes? Isn't it possible that a year from now, you'll look at your shoes and think the same thing you did about your ties, one-button coats, etc.?