Okay, I'm the first to admit, I live with my head in a fog bank, unable to fathom anything complex. Having said this, I gotta know, why did Gillette do it? Why did they stop making the 195... aka... the FatBoy? I know there has to be a reason... right? I've shaved with so many modern and vintage razors, and there are a lot of really good razors out there, but none are as smooth as a FatBoy, at least not for me. And I'm not the only one who thinks so, judging by the FatBoy prices on eBay, I also own a Slim from back then, and it's not as good as a FatBoy. Does anyone know why Gillette dropped the greatest Razor in history? If so, please explain it to me. My Gillette FatBoy is a 1960 model, making it almost as old as myself. You should have seen it when I bought it, a refuge from an estate sale, all gummed up with caked on soap, couldn't hardly shut the doors. A bit of cleaning and it sprang back to life, working smooth and precise like the day it was first made, back when I was only two years old. Let's face it, no matter if you love vintage or hew razors, we have to admit that King Gillette knew his business.