Can this transformation play out? Looking at the history of such things, it's a good bet that it can. The most recent case of a company with a good lineup and lots of debt that came out of Chapter 11 in good shape, refocused on its most profitable products, was Piper. Its lineup, moreover, was composed most notably of the PA-46, in different iterations, Mirage, -Meridian and, eventually, Matrix. While it didn't discontinue its light singles and twins, it effectively put several of them on hiatus. In some years, Piper's sales were 90 percent by dollar value PA-46 sales. One Piper official told Flying Piper (New Piper at the time) was "essentially a PA-46 company."