Actually, my Hoverboard with its powerful, narrow wheel is as much a Board-Sport as an actual Product. As such, it cannot be ridden immediately; it takes time to learn, so the kind of people who are buying Hoverboards are first and foremost, people who find some meaning in challenge and achievement, not those who are looking for immediate gratification and to quickly move-on to the next “thing”. It seems they recognize that “because” it takes skill to ride, it demonstrates skill to ride, and also never gets boring for largely that very same reason – because the owner is always getting better at the sport. The sport is “Surfing on Land”. We imagined how fun it would be to surf to work, or surf to the train, and from the train to work, or just surf all around town and through parks. Now, we are doing exactly that, nimble beyond compare and completely hands-free, and it is even more than we imagined.