Interesting story below about how ZAGG is 'exploring strategic initiatives' a/k/a put itself up for sale as the growth of their business has died and is in decline. https://finance.yahoo.com/news/exclusive-smartphone-protective-case-maker-180114263.html This transcript of the quarterly call has all the insight into the status of their business and the industry: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/zagg-inc-zagg-q2-2019-172331996.html Last, I wanted to spend a few minutes discussing our guidance for 2019, and what changed from our last call. As Chris and I have mentioned, we've experienced a number of headwinds, including the reduction in smartphone handset sales, which has continued to soften throughout the first half. Up until the end of June, our forecasting process for fall OEM device launches, assumed a launch consistent with last year, but reduced for the reductions in sell-through that we've experienced thus far during the year. As sell-through has continued to soften during the first half, our forecast for the fall launches has also continued to decrease. Starting at the end of June and into July, we began receiving specific customer forecast for the fall OEM launches and found the customer forecast for the initial load-ins and subsequent sell-through is well below our original expectations. Generally, the outlook for smartphone unit sales in the second half of 2019 is expected to be lower than originally projected, as it appears many consumers will delay a smartphone upgrade until 5G phones, networks and content are available in fall 2020. This sentiment has been echoed in recent research reports by industry analysts and earnings releases from both component manufacturers and OEMs. Given these headwinds and specific customer feedback, we have made adjustments to our full year 2019 guidance range. Not a pretty picture ahead. They are also getting clobbered with the tariff's. I guess China isn't paying the tariffs.