What I don't get is they have a decent cash flow from operations then they report every year a loss of 50 to 60 million in 'capital expenditures'. Then they pay a dividend and pay down debt and they aren't getting ahead at this point. They are on the right track but at this rate it might take 10 years to really get there. I will watch it. When their debt is paid off, or near paid off. But what are these huge capital expenditures on? It is a bottling company. If they are investing in infrastructure, it isn't doing much because I don't see any growth coming from it. Coca COla has been told to imitate Pepsi. Pepsi is looking at a new aseptic tap from international dispensing to give their beverages longer shelf life, and there is a high speed filler (for bib in box or pouches) that goes 3 times as fast as anything out there from Sealed Air and Intl Dispensing as well. Those would be wise expenditures if they want do something like differentiate and grow.