Hmmmm. Let�s see. It started as a PPT business. Then it diversified: video retail stores, sports clothing stores, online fulfillment. Everything failed, except the PPT business. As I recall, Paul was so excited about the online fulfillment, that his pitch was that we would sell off everything (including PPT, which had no future) and take the fulfillment company public and we�d all get rich (good thing that didn�t happen). Now we have a PPT business and a data reporting business (PPT, AMI). PPT is worth 88% of the revenue stream; AMI is worth 12%, of which DRS (another name for PPT) is worth 60% of the AMI revenue stream. Of the remaining 40%, box office is worth 90% (leaving 10% of the 40% to VOD and zero revenue for the ongoing retail essentials opportunity). So what I think is that we still have a PPT business, with a lot of hype about the potential of AMI and all of the big name companies that have signed up and are providing the company with very little or no revenue. Go figure. Maybe this company is stuck in a constant loop�. and one day soon the Emperor will find out that he has no clothes.