Accounts receivables are unusually high at 9/30 and will come down over the next quarter as they collect. This is why cash is low, its tied up in receivables which have always been collected. Typically, receivables are around $3 - $4 million, so the company will collect over $2.75 - $3.75 million in cash as receivables move down to more normal levels. Because the receivables are elevated, the company drew on its overdraft facility over the quarter. The facility is there for short-term liquidity needs and once the company collects the receivables, they'll pay off the overdraft facility and have $2 - $3 million of cash on the balance sheet.