Interesting alternative to their "bonded" design, which is essentially where they pour flux into the brass cup before inserting the lead ingot, and then change the depth of the nose cavity to help "control" expansion.
If it allows for robust expansion (and peeled back jacket petals, for cutting action) while retaining jacket/lead core cohesion, they may have a rather neatly done next generation of BJHP.
It would also be nice if their flash signature was more consistent, and they could reduce the orange "burning ember" bits that can occur.
If the LE cost is as low as the state contract/bid pricing of their standard BJHP's has been in the past (at least here in CA), it ought to be rather affordable for duty/training/quals.
Have to wait & see, I suppose.
The Black Belt marketing idea might be a stroke of genius for market identification ... as long as each case doesn't come with a complimentary bottle of reproduction Hai Karate After Shave. (I sort of liked the Oriental Lime version, myself.
Hey, it was popular back then ...