The three things that threw off earnings for the year were fiber, soy and sunflowers. The areas that were unseen, even by analysts include those increases in sunflower prices, the tsunami in Japan and the fluctuation of the Euro. Those three have been affecting earnings. In turn, the movement back to soy consumption in areas affected by severe weather with the use of asceptic packaging vs. refridgerated soymilk (many areas cannot refridgerate after the disasters (including Thailand) and the recovery on several fronts including currency exchange via Tradin operations suggests earnings could turn around in just a couple of quarters. That would certainly be the case another swipe at the remaining debt. You get a lot more company and value for $5.00 now than you did when revenues were $325 million.