Agreed. ZAGG is one of those companies that never took control of it's stock from the shorts. The company has enjoyed tremendous quarter over quarter growth for the last three years, and yet their stock has suffered a two year decline. During those two years Apple, Samsung and many other device manufacturers introduced new handsets, tablets and mobile devices. ZAGG's revenue grew, but their stock declined. Then The board placed Randy Hales as the CEO and the slide got even worse. I am sure that ZAGG's revenue will see an increase with the release of the iPhone 5x, but I don't think that will translate to better earnings or stock values. It hasn't during the last two years. I still have faith in the ZAGG brand. However, I don't think we will see this company reverse their stock slide until Randy Hales has been removed. I'm sure he's a nice guy, he's just not the right guy to be the CEO of ZAGG.