You are welcome. The spouse and I have substantial investments in GMH and GM,as well. If we didn't trust the current management(Pearce, Wagoner, Smith) we would put our money elsewhere. We are used to the volatility(remember last Nov. thru Feb.). We didn't sell then and will not sell now. Only buying more and more and more. It is my belief that Harry Pearce will become Chairman within the next 18 months. Wagoner is doing fine with the auto group and Pearce will get the Hughes transaction done correctly, given the time he needs. It's all a matter of trust in these executives. Some bad transactions were recently approved by the Board(the GMH conversion), but also notice that the CFO is no longer with GM and Morgan Stanley is no longer being retained as a Hughes transaction advisor. I bet Pearce and Wagoner had something to say about those events. Hang in there until we at least elect the President of the United States. That is when things will improve providing Greenspan doesn't smack us with another HIKE!