Their 10-K leaves much to be desired as far as clarity goes, but it looks like they didn't actually lose cash this quarter (some of it was turned into extra inventory, etc.). It seems their operations were just barely positive for the quarter.
I agree they have a long way to go, but they are moving in the right direction it seems. That said, sales in the Summer tend to be better for them, so it will be interesting to see what their numbers look like this Winter.
They have been forced to sell so much production capacity that it seems unlikely that they will be able to produce the kinds of numbers they were producing in the oughts any time soon, which isn't to say they don't have a chance at sustainable profitability. The question is, will they be able to get there before they run out of bills and real estate to sell, and what kind of capacity will they be left with if and when they get there.