Give the guy his own show already! :D
Given that he doesn't want to "exert any engery to sell them" he writes quite a lot of text!
Also by him:
This reminds me of this old article which is more tongue-in-cheek and entertaining to me: https://www.funkydown.com/downloads/shitty1.pdf
Some valid points in my opinion when talking about Funk but defining rules for all music? No, thanks. :)
Before you sell all your 22" rides*: I think that the positioning is not that different. It's just a difference of 1" really (radius) and you might be able to get the same comfortability by changing the height and angle of the cymbal. I've moved away from setting up the cymbals rather flat and...
Thank you - I did mean the British company, yes. I think they were separate from Premier but used the same shells for a while.
Anyway, those are good news if you can use the standard 7/32" sized rods. :)
How about one of these cymbals: http://www.cymbalistic.com/special-selections-html/
I've heard a bunch of them in isolation and one next to a beautiful sounding old K. Not 100% identical but very close and even Ks aren't identical to other Ks and I couldn't tell which one was "better".