I know you were not directing your question toward me, but perhaps I might answer.
There is an SPD toilet seat application being developed by Pilkington (I think, or maybe it is Thermoview, or maybe Raytheon). You can have it with one degree of opacity so that you can see if the toilet is flushed , and another degree to not allow a view of the toilet.
It is of course just being "developed" by I expect the "strong buys" will be very happy to welcome this new application into the REFR portfolio of SPD uses.
>>i wonder. did joe give us a clue. in the last conference call joe made it a point to talk about 'model refresh'. i wonder. 'model refresh' + audi/? = the next spd equipped car. what say other longs?<<
Cut the cost of film, cut the cost of product and we won't have to speculate which oem will be next.
"Cut the cost of film, cut the cost of product and we won't have to speculate which oem will be next."
I'm sure they would love to, but the evidence is that they can't, perhaps because it is a crappy, inherently overpriced antique technology. If 40 years of development can't bring the price down, I wouldn't expect much in the future.
Of course, REFR could make it real easy to cut the price 10-15% - eliminate all royalty requirements. That would let the company focus 100% on the one thing it does best, selling company stock to the gullible.