Hey, it's a good stock. Attractive P/E and paying out a good dividend yield. (6.5% including specials) I wouldn't be surprised to see EPS at 3.10$ or more by years end, so a fair value would be close to 50$ a share. Another good thing is that the special dividends usually offer a good exit if you are a trader. This will garner more and more respect on wall street as they expand into new england too. If this got popular and started commanding P/E ratios of 18-20 this could be a 60$ stock in the next couple years.
Think about it, if they continue to pay out 80-90% of earnings in dividends and we continue to see 15-20% earnings growth, even a conservative estimate (reinvesting dividend) would result in actual gains of 25-30% annually. That's pretty hard to beat even if you are a really good trader when you factor in capital gains when you buy and sell.