actually, that's a great question... how big is too big?
it seems that history is filled to the brim with companies, heck - civilizations, that simply got too big too quick and just collapsed from it.
and in fact, it seems like this entire economic downturn is the fallout of peeps building the house of cards heedlessly higher... despite the fact they're building with... playing cards.
i know the common adage is "grow or die" but i wonder if it's possible and perhaps even DESIRABLE to simply reach a point that is not a derogatory "STASIS"... but.... "EQUILIBRIUM".
a word in the zeitgeist these days is "SUSTAINABILITY" and in regards to all of man's endeavors, it seems like we push against every boundary - including resources. we are indeed... "a virus"... : )
but in regards to stardock, and running a business, how do you avoid that trap? how do you grow so that inevitable setbacks don't result in catastrophe?