correction on those profits for the old Fairfield. It was not $50 obviously. It was about $50 million, a pe of 5. And Wyndham(previously Fairfield) runs their operations pretty much the same way that Kinder Morgan does: the old fashioned American way, with continuously rolled over debt (my father ran his business that way too and he did well. Then he sold out and retired on it. I am part of the new way: no debt unless my credit card company gives me temporary 0% interest). It is that huge rolled over debt that I think worries the analysts for Kinder Morgan. That worry was what caused the share price of Wyndham to fall to $3 in 2009. The analysts look at Kinder's financials and see that lack of cash reserves because of their heavy distribution to their shareholders and it looks negative. But AT&T runs things the same way and people just love the dividend and the stock.