I still say the brand is pretty much dead in the water. Again ... No new models, no brick and mortar availability.
But they are a Sam Ash exclusive! Don't you understand the prestige of being an exclusive? ;)
There are also a couple places in Europe that sell them, and who knows about elsewhere in the world.
But as long as they're being made and some people are becoming owners, then the brand is very viable to those people.
And what passes for "new models" in the guitar industry is pretty much just rolling out the same thing that has been produced since 1958 with an extra bevel on one edge and an extra notch in the headstock.