Incidentally, having gone through that whole thread, I don't really see a difference in what I said.
In the AA scheme, we had people wanting a womens' 2X. In the anvil one, we have people wanting a women's XS. Women were told before to just get unisex tees. Women are told in the thread, quite regularly, to just get kids tees. As that goes, we're even.
Here's the issue, though: Woot COULD HAVE fixed the 2X problem, while it seems fixing the XS one is nigh impossible.
Further, throughout the thread, we saw many excited not-yet-buyers who were stoked to not only get a women's cut tee, but to get one in a smaller size. However, I at least saw an even break of the "target market" of women who felt underserved by AA's size, where about half or less liked Anvil, and about half or more still hated Anvil. Even many who did like it, or at least not hate it, noted issues with sleeves, tenting, or other issues they just decided not to care about. Just about every woman who named herself "in the target market" and gave a post-washing, over-time review did not like the fit in the end. The shape simply didn't flatter nearly anyone in the thread (which is the information I'd gleaned from my readings over time), even if the size was supposed to fit better.
So they've ostracized the smaller girls. But they haven't "fulfilled" anything for the majority of those who wanted a larger size in AA. And the ones in the middle? I saw about three positive reviews in the WS-WL corridor, and they were all staff. I don't think a single woman who took a WXL in AA preferred the switch. Basically, Anvil sucks for the majority of woot's female populace.
So it's not a matter of needing WXS. It's a matter of needing better blanks. If Boots or Ochopika would like to weigh in otherwise, please, I'll welcome it, but I don't think they, or any former WS wearers, really think an anvil extra-small would fit them any less like a bizarre ski-slope.