At last year's NAMM I got to whine directly to Jeff Genzler himself, and at length, about the lack of stage friendliness in the Shuttle series. Ridonculously bright LEDS, chrome-on-chrome control markings etc. Check out the simplified controls, minimal lights, and big, bold, high-contrast, knobbies on the new line.
This squeaky wheel feels greased.
I also chewed the ear off the main product development cat at Gator. Showed him how his rolling rack series was a joke. The lids on the rack employ little finger hinges that open down, and the turn buckles are on the case. That means when you put the rack on your cab and grab both latches, unless you brace it with your belly (easier for some more than others), the face plate clatters to the floor. This is industrial design by monkeys. Monkeys that hate musicians, apparently. I look forward to seeing if my belly aching achieved any notable results.