Sure SUPG is volitile but from my observations it moves opposite the market about 70% of the time. While I welcome great market days for the sake of my index fund investments it seems that on those days SUPG gets hammered. I think investors flee small bios and go with the more stable mid caps when the market is good. Even on NASDAQ -3% days SUPG somehow stays even or goes up a little. Of course with all this manipulation going on it is truely unpredictable. I hope for everyones sake (except the shorts) that SUPG does not dissapoint on Monday. Also I do give credit to the CFO for making some decent change on derivatives during 2007. I hope he pulled it off again in Q4. Also don't we have some defered revenue from the Hospira deal that will be recognized in the coming quarter?