Absolutely, and I cut it down from 50! Didn't want to stick my head out too much, particularly since I heard GW had already contracted Ninjas to deal with anyone or anything that threatens their business model.
Seriously, the Perry's have not been able to make an impact with their plastics yet (and I got burned about a short prediction on that one), and in general change seems to happen a lot more slowly in the miniatures wargaming hobby. Some folks over at the HMGS Facebook page are saying two years tops, with full color 3D printing obliterating the need for painting at all. My thought is that the technology might be on this timeline, but then you have resistance, acceptance and expansion . . . . well, in 1981, Hideo Kodama of Nagoya Municipal Industrial Research invented the process and the first historical miniatures specific vendor is a 2018 start up?
We will all just have to wait and see.