As I had mentioned sometime ago (see my earlier posts), management needed to do some debt restructuring. They did it, and see what happens? Stock is up almost 6% today! Now, the question is.. what is the cash flow after asset and debt restructuring? It is hard to do a cash flow projection when one doesn't have the granular detail needed to dissect the current restructuring of the assets and debt. My guess is that debt service will not be a problem going forward, but I believe that there will NOT be enough money to pay a dividend. In fact, even if there is money to pay a dividend, management should NOT pay it. Use operating cash flow to retire debt and make the firm more secure. By doing this, the default premium keeping the stock price down will ease up, and this may more than off-set any drop due to weak hands selling off due to "no divis". I believe we will see HT probably hitting $4 by December - a 48% return given today's close of$2.70. But, caveat emptor....Let's wait to see what the next earnings conference call reveals. I am looking for improvements in cost controls, and probably no increase in top-line revenues. Just be patient and we will all see what happens. If I had more liquidity now, I would buy more HT... but I am now just a HOLD..