Let me explain why !!!! Yale got the Tenoriba claim for 80 sq km for < 2 million dollars. At the time the deal was announced gold was not " in play". It was merely trading sideways. Now gold is in play so the acquisition is now starting to be appreciated for its genius timing and low price . More over payments of only about 250 000 are required for the first two years. Thus the option of Los Amoles will do two things. First, Yale has a sizable percentage and will still be the operator. Yale retains significant upside in Los Amoles and pays ZERO exploration and drilling costs. The 50 000 payment covers the first year payment to the vendor of the Tenoriba claim. Los Amoles is strategically only 10 km from the Grupa Mexico's producing silver mine. I believe that drilling underway at Guadalupe and the upcoming exploration commitment by the JV partner in Los Alomes will pay the ENTIRE purchase price of Tenoriba. In fact its looking more and more that Yale can still hold sizable percentages in Los Alomes and Guadalupe and hold the soon to be coveted Tenoriba claim all to itself. Just a hunch and DD must be followed by all. On an interesting note New Guinea Gold had killer drill results today and soared 25 % for most of the trading day. Then a relatively small block was dumped in the last half hour I think to crash it to pre -announcement price, maybe so that discouraged retail investors would pack up and go else where. Jay Taylor claims to have 5 % of his IRA account in Yale. i know he is a gold mouth piece whose usually on the mark or way off base.