[quote user='crazysk8er']a couple of years back, the rubiks site sold some mefferts puzzles and they should start again and sell eastsheen stuff.[/quote]
Yes, mefferts and eastsheen are 2 different companies, but as you can see from your original post, you asked them to sell eastsheen.
While I agree that every eastsheen is far superior to every rubiks product equivalent, if rubiks sold them, they'd lose all revinue from their own lines.
At the moment, the only thing selling rubiks 2x2x2, 4x4x4, and 5x5x5 cubes is their rubiks logo (with the exception of the special cubes like the ice cube - I'm only discussion the vanilla cubes!), if they started selling eastsheen now that everyone is more aware of them, sales of eastsheen would surpass rubiks by a large margin.
The main thing stopping this happening now, and giving rubiks a comfortable market share, is the fact that rubiks tradename is well known, and if people want a rubiks product they can get it from rubiks.com. Outside of cubing, how many people have heard of eastsheen. AND... you can't buy cubes from eastsheen.com. Sure, they advertise them, but they don't sell them.
Please take off topic discussion off this forum. Thanks.