Good points raised. The way we have to look at these funds is that aside from lending money in the form of bonds and getting a 7% or such rate of  return, they prefer to invest in start up companies and have 50% or higher return on their capital.As I had pointed out about a month of so ago,these guys fill the vaccum of traditional financial institutions such as banks,  which are reluctant to take risk in mines nowadays and hence they make room for these funds to fill the gap and increase their rate of return. Which suits us just fine; in fact that was the opportunity we had been looking for for some time. Now, a catalyst to this deal may have been Haywood with his SE Asian connections and don't be surprised if he becomes the future CEO of Cline and Tobin the Chairman of the Board.