Highly unlikely that this is ever happening again, and not for any of those reasons, but for simple logistics. They're never again going to sell as many as they did on this initial all-out campaign. Then factor in ALL of the logistics, it's not just the tooling that's already done. It's setting up the sales, setting up the production lines with those tools, training a new set of people for said assembly, setting up the printing for the production, and then setting up the shipping and storage for such a bulky item - most of which have substantial fixed costs that are only defrayed by volume, which would be substantially less for a new run. Sorry, I just don't see it.