Tell you what. management has options at 10 cents, there are warrants at I think at 7 cents. The contractor bill was paid out at 5 cents. Let's get management to sell company at say 12 cents (forget about NAV, doesn't seem to matter anymore to stock price) and do you agree or disagree that everyone would be fairly happy, languishing for 4 or 5 years pretty much below this price. They need something that is very difficult to get and that is funding, and I don't want to see a stock consolidation which will screw every retail guy. Their float isn't too large and they could certainly issue more shares but even that, if they could get financing, the price has to be above 5 cents. Is their sunshine peaking though the dark clouds?