I think the USA work force CAN deliver quality products....if they are allowed to...but plainly the issue is our living standard in the USA. This is not our fault it just is. This and shareholder value is what makes companies look for a cheaper workforce. I will use myself as an example since I don't want to slam anyone.
I must or preferably have a job that gives me the income so that I can:
Have a multi story house encompassing XXXX Sq Ft and be able to pay to have a central AC running in the summer and Central heat in the winter and I need to be able to pay taxes on this thing. I would like to have a washer, dryer, dishwasher, a garage ,floor to ceiling windows, a deck, so on and I want to have a supermarket within walking distance.
I need to wear good work clothes and decent casual stuff.
I need to drive a car even though I have trains, busses, subways, taxi cabs right outside the house within walking distance.
I need to eat and feed my household and I need to eat until I am full or beyond full.
OH YES I need to drink, and did I say I need to drink.
I need to party.
The point here is that we have gradually come to have these things and our wages have increased to allow this. NOW we have been caught in globalization allowing companies to move work to other areas that NEVER had our type of living. Many people in other countries are doing better for themselves even at the lower salaries they are being paid.
So I agree with nitroX. This IS great news and we need to build our economy back.
What are WE going to do when we see companies trying to do this? Are we going to slam them when we have a phone that doesn't break when it drops, makes quality phone calls, has a good GPS, but doesn't do split screen or doesn't do that Samsung nature stuff(or whatever it is), and is not 8 inches long in each direction( Oh please I couldn't hold that in my hand)?
It remains to be seen how consumers will react. It also remains to be seen what MOTO actually delivers. I hope for the best.