Yes. My thoughts exactly. I have talked to one of the engineers at future sonics to ask about a replacement - a successor, rather, to the MG7 but he couldn't tell me much. I couldn't understand why they would discontinue such a successful and exceptional product without something to replace it. He didn't understand it either - the decision being made elsewhere in company - and shared my sentiments about the business decision.
The story is this: a successor was planned to be introduced at the time the Atrio product line was discontinued but never materialized. Wouldn't say why. Evidently, they experienced problems and have yet to work them out. There will eventually be a replacement product but all bets are off as to when they will ever make it to market. One thing they assured me of, though, is that the successor will be true to the sound signature established by the MG7.