I re-checked cash flow and the restructuring charge. The number I used I picked up too quickly trying to post the good news. Inadvertently picked-up cumulative for for the first three quarters so the computation of cash burn was approx 5.8M. Thanks for your input. This is a significant improvement and with the cash they have they have no cash burn problem especially with the reading between the lines of the subtle predictions from the CC going forward.
Computation? I show positive if those extraordinary cost taken out. Most important is they are very close to breakeven and things are only going to get better! Given their cash position and no debt ETS should go back to $2.00 very soon and than up from there.