I could be wrong and I'm just speculating here, but it's entirely possible that these retailers are frustrated with the small shop that is Viberg. We as a group have a lot of patience with the brand because we appreciate what goes into it and it's totally worth it to us. But when you're a retailer that's in business to turn over product and restock as quickly as possible, a small batch boutique brand like Viberg isn't going to pay their rent. Again, just a guess, but it seems logical to me. We think...would they really sever ties over an incorrect order? Well, yeah, possibly. Especially if they waited a long time for fulfillment of the order and it was ultimately wrong after all that. If I were a retailer and all of my product was from companies like Viberg, I'd probably be out of business in short order. I'd carry Viberg because I'm passionate about the brand personally, but I'd also carry Red Wings so that I could put food on my table.