Threshold -- Dead or Alive?

Being a big collector of Threshold gear, currently own about 17 different models of amps, preamps, and one of their dacs. It's sad to see one of the big-4 solid state companies (the other 3 were-Levinson, Krell and Rowland) possibly never come back from the dead. Threshold had a great short life, especially when Nelson Pass was at the helm. The classics like the fet-ten preamp, sa/1 mono-blocks and the dac-1e will have a place in audio history. Now, about a 18 months ago I talked to the guy who bought the rights to Threshold, and was told that they would resurface. Since then nothing. I've heard rumors that they may never come back because the banks owns everything. I've heard they may go in to commercial audio and set up operations in South Carolina? I heard rumors that Nelson Pass himself may start Threshold up again anbd phase out PASS LABS?? Now these are strictly rumors floating around out there?? Can someone set the record 100%, wothout guessing, or rumors or a chance of? Just the facts?
Mr Chips if you still have past copies of stereophile(I think april or may) you will find some info on where threshold is going. Hope this helps.
Mrchips, do you have a mint T-2 preamp w/silver faceplate? If so, what would you sell it for, if you were going to sell it?
Thank you South43 for the input, I will check out what Sterophile says. I do have a silver T-2, sorry not for sale. A fair market selling price in mint/OBM, would be about $2400.
Yep I collect a Threshold as well. Cannot offer anymore insight to the current situation of Threshold. So at this point I just collect and see what develops. I agree with another comment. Truly Threshold was one of the all time best. It is my hope someday in the right hands it will resurface. God forbid should the Threshold name go the way of say Harman Kardon and other great names from the past. That would be heartbreaking to say the least.
Yes I found the little tid bit in April's Stereophile, under Industry Update(Texas)? They set up operations down in the Lone Star State. Strictly to do service and upgrades. That is a step in the right direction. Let's hope they get some smart engineers to start designing new product. Long Live Threshold!!