Wow I did not know Axiom purchased Bryston. Imagine being able to trade up to Bryston's model speakers. That would be cool.
It's not likely to happen because it would step on a lot of toes. Bryston uses a dealer model, so by giving up the direct-to-consumer model, you get customer-facing local distributors with local knowledge of the market and the potential for greater reach, marketshare, and lower rates of return.
It comes at a price, since half of your MSRP is markup to pay for their expenses, sales support, and commissions. There's a reason why you get a lot of bang for your buck with Axiom (particularly with custom wood veneers and paint-matching).
This thread has generated a lot of anxiety among the veterans here. Unreturned e-mails and phone calls is symptomatic of a company on a death spiral towards bankruptcy.