Mr. Clark has said he is "comfortable" with 1999 earnings of $2.60 per share. He is looking for doubling the size of the company in 5 years. Doubling in 5 years means average growth of 15% a year for 5 years. 15% growth should support a P/E of at least 15. @ 15x1999 earnings, stock value would be 39. If earnings grow by 15% in 2000, price of stock could easily be $45. If management can establish credibility by meeting earnings estimates in the next couple of quarters, price of 39 to 45 should happen. This especially doable, as the company is agressively buying back shares. (I think that is what has recently moved the price from 20 to 28) I agree that management seems well focused. Love this outfit. Best rsam.