No-one talks about Rowlands anymore

It's Pass all over the place. Is Rowland going down big time or terribly and expensively up?
I have tried Bryston, Adcom, BHK, Classe, and Anthem - when I purchased a used pair of Model 7's - everything above was put to shame.  My son got a used model 112 - what it did for a pair of ML Motion 40's was simply unbelievable.  I have met Jeff, and I have met some other "gurus", Jeff is a fine human being - his service is EXEMPLARY.  The only thing that can replace a Rowland is another Rowland.  Looking for a 625 S2 if anyone wants to dump one.
Rowland.............class d.............less sales.
  If he hasn’t figured this out, he soon will.
Clueless statement.  Most of Rowland sales are to the Asian markets where they are more concerned with sound quality and build quality than price.  He can not build them fast enough to meet the demand.   
Actually, Rowland produces a mix of class A/B and class D power amplifiers. Its monoblock M735 flagship, as well as the M625 S2 stereo amp, both run in class A/B.

See for example the M735 page at:

The only Rowland power amplifier product in production that  operates in class D is the entry level M125 bridgeable.

Conversely, both of its integrated amp offerings, Continuum S2 and Daemon, feature class D power amplification subsystems.

Regards, Guido