Well, right now the market cap is about what they have spent to develop the Zaruma Mine so far. The gold and silver in the ground, at Zaruma, Jerusalem and Dynasty Goldfields is valued at zero. Hopefully the buyout will put a fair value on the infrastructure and the resources. A lowball would be 4 or 5 bucks. We'll see what happens after the election, and the next quarter. Make or break time. Nice to see Sprott hanging in. I'd like to see Kinross take it out. If Zaruma got up and running efficiently, they could use it as a cash cow to fund the other properties. Wait! Isn't that what we were thinking Dynasty was going to do?