As a naval miniatures gamer since the mid-seventies, I'm always pleased to see additional manufacturers but I do find the choice of scale commercially puzzling. Between GHQ, C in C, Viking Forge, SHQ and Panzerschiffes, the range of ships available in the WW2 arena is substantial. Most existing naval gamers in that scale have fairly complete fleets and while Panzerschiffes is certainly the low end of detail, GHQ, Viking Forge and C in C (if you use their added boats and mast detailing) are very good. Every major capital ship is available and generally in multiple configurations and from multiple manufacturers already. Is there enough potential for attracting new naval gamers who are yet to build fleets?
I would have thought 1/3000, where only three maunufacturers offer product with two, Davco/Skytrex and MY, very limited in their offerings and a third, Navwar, while a very complete range, is offered by a single elderly individual with no guarantee of business continuity. In addition, the CAD quality possible in resin genuinely offers a clear opportunity for a major quality increase above all others in the 1/3000 market whereas given GHQ's existing standards, at best the CAD/resin offering can produce only a slight marginal improvement at the top of the 1/2400 heap.