Holy shit, a good news for a change
Given the recent trend I pretty much expected to read that Kurganets and/or Boomerang were cancelled in favor of upgraded BMP-1...
Well, besides maybe massive ships, what was exactly bad news?
Russian mil knew they won't be able to build hundreds/thousands in short time span to replace existing stocks, so upgrading existing stocks to be able to at least fight modern conflict mixed with procurement of acceptable numbers of armored vehicles, is fine. Armata mixed with purchases of T-90MS, T-80BVM and T-72B3/4, BMP-1/2 upgrades along with Kurganets and BTR upgrades with Boomerang.
Then in about 10 - 20 years, they will start to phase out the T-90MS, etc as they replace it with further procurements. It is a long term thing. This goes with Su-57 too. Small orders, a few here and there, testings and what not, then eventually all jets get replaced with the airframe and movement to further iterations. They did this for a while now - see Su-35. That was ordered in small batches then a decade later, large orders. No one figured Su-35S would actually enter Russian airforce service.
I rather like this approach. Affordable, gives time to assess the hardware and make sure it works as intended and is exactly what they need.
Armata, Kurganets and Boomerang, along with Su-57 are exactly those that they need. The other hardware is all in question.