In yesterday's interview, John Barbour was very enthusiastic. He even said that he would keep investing his own money into LF stock - I guess that's putting his money where his mouth is. He also reminded the interviewer that they were very successful in spreading LF products to
France, and was also enthusiastic about moving Leapfrog into Asian nations where English was being taught a second language - China, Japan, etc. I am beginning to think that Leapfrog will receive an offer of a buyout in the very near future. And if it does receive an offer, that will open the gates to other higher offers by the companies which would benefit from having a major presence in the children's entertainment and learning market. The question will then be: do LF shareholders really want to sell this stellar company and if so, what premium are we willing to accept. The future of LF looks bright. Hold onto your shares! You won't be sorry. Go Leapfrog Go!