Excellent counter. I am still asking the question: Near-term what will shake the shorts out of their positions? Near-term numbers will not be good based on what management claims is such a higher price for sheepskin lowering margins and turning the next quarter to a negative profit. I have read both sides of the argument of a warmer winter (it was very warm in the US midwest) leading to softer sales. Personally I believe the shorts are generating all the negative press to keep their positions winning. As a Deckers Outdoor believer, a nice rumor of a buyout would be fun to watch. Does management always sound that downbeat on their conference calls? Such a blah tone other than the brief description of having record revenue for the year. I hate to admit I have only listened to the last one.