In my view your estimate of $.60 cents is fairly conservative. In order to earn 60 cents that is an average of 15 cents a quarter.
I believe that they should achieve the 15 cents already in Q1 of 2001. If they continue to grow in Revenues and Earnings during the year 2001 the 60 cents will be surpassed.
But then again, if you are discussing the analysts estimates, then your $.60 is probably close to what they will do. They are even more conservative than I am. And I am pretty conservative.
All of these estimates are assuming that they do not use the cash in the bank for any acquisition or some other purpose as these EPS assume the financial income which they are generating today. But if they do something dramatic with the money, than it is a different ballgame anyway...