Originally Posted by Deathmetalconga
Anything with fewer moving parts already has some advantages. And it is, in fact, adjustable - I don't know where you got it in your head that it's not.
Maybe it is a better mousetrap.
The drumnetics pedal page
hasn't done enough to aswage my doubt. It looks like they reposition the (fixed) magnet, but it leaves me justifiably skeptical about the range of "tension" adjustments. I cannot access it from here, but I am hoping they/youtube has a video that shows that they are somehow equally capable as a standard pedal to tweak the restorative force. But restorative force alone doesn't a pedal make. It's also responsiveness, feel, action etc.
When they post a video, or I get credible testimony that this thing eats all other pedals for lunch and maybe wins a WFD competition in the process, I'll buy some. Until then, I carry a healthy skepticism.