Interesting piece of news from the NY Times. Looks like Google is attempting an experiment that I can't help but feel thrilled about. They're actually assembling their Nexus Q in the United States. I think it will be a success. Truth is, assembling the product in the US will cost them more initially. But it's likely that it will give them much greater flexibility and speed. Plus, they can just drive down the road and figure out any issues that might be happening. No waiting on "the slow boat" or paying hundreds of dollars to overnight packages. There are major benefits to assembling your product close by where you design the product. This inspired us here. So just 10 minutes ago we ordered 1,000 "Assembled in USA" stickers. These will go on every one of the packages we ship out. Hopefully it will inspire our customers too.