Margins can be calculated off the last 10Q. Gross margin is running about 35%. Debt is not a variable when it comes to cash flow nor profitability, except when it comes to interest payments. Just as a budget surplus doesn't mean you are debt free. If interest, overhead, R&D and margins stay constant, break even will occur around 17M in sales during a given Q, which is what I believe you are looking for.
Good/obvious concern. Call Glenn, identify yourself, where you can be reached and present those concerns.
Right now, its too early to guide anybody as to when CashFlowPositive happens....right now, this is an amazing story stock...scorned by US GOV, NOW EMBRACED BY US GOV, SITTING ON THE CUSP OF HUGE SELLING OPPORTUNITY, DISCOVERING NEW MARKETS IN OLD PLACES AND MANY MARKETS IN NEW PLACES ( prisons and Africa).
This company has a great CEO who is very forthright. Oddly, the bashers/shorts are afraid to call him and identify themselves.
So an open discussion is always welcome. Hint, give him a few weeks as I am guessing he is very very busy this week.