Po had a few years of being the ONLY sport SxS, so yeah, theres more of them out there than anything else. They still make a good product,(ducking the tomatoes being thrown at me now) but there are a few more options with Artic Cat, and Can Am in the race now. No longer do you need to take a utility SxS and build it to be a sport SxS. They are doing it for us. You can say whatever about any of the manufacturers, but the bottom line is the more choices that are available the better it is for us, the end user. Every year (if not sooner) we are going to see more inovations, hp, and hopefully quality of this new breed of machines.
I remember when the Wild Cat came out, and everyone was making excuses for it's short comings saying Artic Cat had to do this or that, the way they did because to do other wise would price them right out of the market. BS. They did thing the way they did because they thought (wrong) it was the way to do it. There is a rather large migration of weekend warriors that are moving up to SxS's from quads and dirt bikes, or down sizing from expensive, high maintenance sand and dirt cars. The market is growning. A great example is the annual SSSS. It used to be a sand car show for the most part. Now it is damn near a total SxS event. As long as the market continues to grow, the manufacturers will continue to give us more options, and charge us what ever we are willing to pay.