Ridgeo, I need to comment on the rest of your post. You made some good points about the existing long-term investors. I knw we are all getting up there. I am 62 years old. Let's say one of the investors in MPV is a Canadian from Calgary who has been in the stock for 10 years. He is sick and tired of waiting for the big returns. So he gets out of MPV and goes into something else. He does OK but lags what MPV is doing in the future. Unfortunately, the stock market doesn't care how long you have been in a stock. You have to evaluate a stock at a particular time and then make an educated judgement. By the way, just to clarify, I never said that MPV was a safe bet. It is an emerging growth stock with great potential, but like all stocks it has a certain inherent amount of risk.