It's a truly sad thought to see great engineering companies like F&H being swept away by the tide of fashion. The Rolleiflex -- especially the TLR -- is a timeless photographic icon, and if F&H finally go the way of the dinosaurs, it will leave a gap that none will fill.
Thankfully my Rolleiflex cameras will continue to work today, tomorrow and in the future. I just have to be extra careful with them now.
This thread has made me realize - I have been a Rollei TLR fan for 40 years, have owned at least 10 examples and have a Rolleflex T and Rolleicord V now, but - I've never bought a single piece of Rollei gear new!