How does everyone think the future of 3CX will be affected by the recent introduction by grandstream of their new PBX's, the Grandstream UCM6102 IP PBX, Grandstream UCM6104 IP PBX, Grandstream UCM6108 IP PBX and Grandstream UCM6116 IP PBX In the UK they are available for under £300 including VAT on the entry level model. This gives you a vast array of features with up to 30 consecutive calls on the entry level PBX. All this and the fact that it comes with its own hardware so no need for a computer and operating system to run the PBX on. Alsos includes two PSTN Line FXO so no need for additional hardware to link your current fixed lines into the system. Can 3CX keep the current business model with very limited consecutive calls (4) at a price point of over £350 given all the other disadvantages in set up and additional hardware. In simple power consumption costs I wonder how cost effective a PC / Server can be against an all in appliance. Of course it remains to be seen if the units are reliable in the long term but you would think a grandstream product should be OK. I remember reading a post on this forum from someone who said if anyone put a decent understandable interface on Asterisk then it would be a big blow to other SMB PBX suppliers and it looks like grandstream might actually have done this now. It looks like this product will drive the costs of small PBX's down quite a considerable amount, how much do think 3CX will be able sell an entry level license for and still be competitive.