Regardless of where TH opens a new shop, I think they will always be The Hundreds. I'm pretty sure those guys are smart enough to push TH in the direction they want to, and avoid to a path where something like Ed Hardy has taken. They will always have their roots, but at the same time try new things (Disney, Delorean, etc.) I'll admit it, sometimes they won't unleash a piece that isn't quite a neck breaker, but they do deliver. It's like with your favorite band/team; they won't release the best songs all the time, they won't win all the time, but you'll support them. How many brands out there have done a hardcore/straight edge design? I like how they toss up the cultures, it may be risky, but it works. I grew up into the punk/hardcore thing and the DIY 'tude still comes in handy. Think your brand sold out? Do it yourself, make your own gear.