We would definitely have a discussion about it. That being said, I don't know if any new constraction theme would be able to capture us quite like Bionicle did. Honestly, G2 didn't manage to capture us as well as G1 did, just because of our ages and what we were wanting to be fulfilled from it.
We're definitely wanting to make sure we don't completely alienate our audience going forward. A really quick way to do that is to completely abandon what got you popular in the first place, so we're trying to be mindful of that.
That being said, we also have to be realistic. Bionicle discussion was already growing kind of scarce with G2 to begin with. Now, there's basically not much else we will have to discuss going forward. While we definitely have a root in news, we also have the distinction of being one of the few personality-driven LEGO channels out there. And a quick look at our fan voted Top 10 TTV Moments from 2015 will show that the top moments that our fans cared about are really less about things related to LEGO or Bionicle, but instead about our personalities and funny stories that we've told.
So we're trying to be really aware of that and figure out how to both not lose our roots, but also not try to squander the opportunity that we have right now.
If I could be perfectly candid and honest for a second, we're one of the largest Bionicle-centric channels. We reached that ceiling, and it was around 30,000 subscribers. But if you look at LEGO centric channels, they're close to a million subscribers - way more than the Bionicle ceiling was. We don't want to lose the people that got us where we are today, but there's no denying that if we were to just switch our focus a little wider, to general LEGO system, this channel could be way bigger than it is right now.
So that's what we're thinking. Again, we're not cutting back on anything - we'll still discuss constraction news, like we always have. We're just changing where.