Rapidly quenched metallic glass sheets, ribbons, and powders have achieved mainstream status as soft magnetic materials for power electronics and in specialty brazing applications. More than two decades following their discovery, BMG's have yet to be broadly adopted in commercial products. High materials cost, lack of processing and manufacturing know-how versus incumbent manufacturing technologies (e.g. MIM, CNC machining, die-casting, etc.), and the absence of a compelling performance advantage vs. conventional metals and alloys, can all be cited as reasons for this lack of commercial impact. The speaker will review the current status of efforts toward BMG commercialization. He will present a case for these efforts evolving into a disruptive technology for fabrication/manufacturing of high performance metal hardware.