Scroll down where you see the bit about Do All buying up a small local manufacturer and the LOAN WAS 60 % OF THE PURCHASE PRICE. Then it says Do All has about 65 employees in SK and 35 there in North Dakota. When you read about Do All's business units on their website it seems they mostly manufacture tanks and enclosure units and the firm was established in 2000. Very little knowledge of the complexities of drill manufacturing. Also if they required a 60 % loan to acquire a 35 man shop it tells you that their financial footing is suspect to say the least !!!!!!!!!!! They have the nerve to question Hyduke's balance sheet with virtually no debt and thirty plus years in the drilling business. The feeble arguments presented for their stink bid are completely without merit. They are "barely " in the oilfeild sector and their balance sheet must stink if they required a 60 % loan to buy a business and after taking advantage of all the other freebies the town gave them. In the end they might own the mailbox of the plant they bought. And they are too far away from the action. They are in the already crowded Bakken where lately alot of companies have pulled up stakes because they cant make a go of it there. The real markets for growth are Mexico and the Americas and they are 3000 miles away and no where near a seaport. Folks this is a brazen attempy by a johnny- come -lately wanna be player, that is trying to steal a company way undervalued with carpetbagger tactics.