I've wondered about this kind of "oversight" for a while now. I think it amounts to this: there are some frags that get a lot of attention for various reasons, and then there are a huge number of frags that are at least decent (technically sound, unique, less expensive versions of expensive frags, etc.). Once in a while someone writes up a post like yours, and at least a few BNers are interested. Possibly one or two might blind buy it, and that's the way it stands, possibly for quite a while. There is simply nothing to "drive" the "buzz," as is the case with some other frags, which may have a fairly large following, or the company is doing a lot of advertising, or whatever the reason.