I'm tempted to catch a ride on the Durango-Silverton for a little breath of fresh air. Thinking maybe of dropping by the plant on the way out. They'd give a tour to a long-time shareholder, I'd expect. I haven't dumped a single share. I have hope. Admittedly not so much that I'm doubling down again, but still. Some hope.
When they do a reverse split you'll be very sorry. You fell in love with a failed company and now you will lose your investment, that you can count on. And now you want to waste precious time to walk through a plant that's not producing anything on a high volume scale? They saw you coming.
If you schedule a UQM tour, I will go with you --- assuming you want company and depending on my schedule. They have offered a visit to the plant in the past, and I have never gone. I live in Colorado. The directors say it is beautiful. I presume it was done with a "if you build it ,they will come" mentality. I just have never gone and don't want to do it alone -- there are advantages to not being the sole focus of attention on a site visit.