Agree that they will never be the low cost producer, however, the cost per pound has been high the last few quarters because they were not yet producing at their target volume.  As with all mining operators, most of the costs are fixed, so if your volume is lower then the cost per pound will be high.  But it seems that they are now, as of late this past quarter producing at close to their expected volume.  So costs should be notably lower from here on out.