whatev. I got my pedals fixed immediately after the recall in 2006 & have seen them on sale frequently since the time the recall was announced. (For instance, it seems they're pretty much on sale whenever I get my Colorado Cyclist catalogue). I inferred lower demand because they're always on sale. wouldn't be the first to do so...
I found out about the recall on roadbikereview.com. Good source for info. (sorry, I guess I should've spelled it out in crayon to insure you knew I was talking about roadbikereview.com, instead of a radio broadcasting site. figured most people here knew about mtbr.com and roadbikereview.com)
I've had the regular RXS pedals since 2005, and had no breakage. That said, there are numerous reports of breakage. (see roadbikereview.com; reviews on rxs pedals).
conclusion (pretty much same as before): nice pedals for a decent price, some issues, but performed well for me personally over the course of several years.
Have a good ride all.
And I know what roadbikereview is, thanks. I've posted there for years, but don't really pay much attention to reviews and such - everyone has opinions, and for each good one, there's a bad one. So I just don't pay much attention - especially when it comes to things like pedals, saddles, and such. I have to find something that work for me biomechanically speaking. The flavor of the day doesn't always work for everyone. That's the reason I've sold all my Fizik saddles and went back to Selle San Marco Regals - they're not light, not pretty, not modern, but they're ME.