They have made it clear in their conference calls and materials that they source crude much cheaper than the typical refiner. The "crack spread' is an average across the country and is not indicative of what they achieve due to their proximity to cheap crude, lower transportation costs, pipeline ownership and retail distribution channels. This is why they continually outperform on net income. Even last quarter, with a third of their throughput reduced due to their turnaround, they significantly outperformed analyst expectations. This quarter will be no different. Hopefully the screwball owners will quit selling off shares as they're the ones who have really caused this sell off.