It's definitely good news, but let's remember it's a $2.4 million contract to Eaton, not ZBB for 18 months of work that was announced in Feb 2011. So we may not see any significant follow on orders for quite a while.
That doesn't matter...what it does is makes other sales easier in the future showing Eaton and the Army are confident enough to test with ZBB products presumably based on the initial build of the ruggedized PECC and it's performance and speed of completion. Obviously some of that money will come to ZBB from Eaton.
You have to remember where ZBB is at in the lifecycle...2010 was cleaning up a few things and putting plan in place, 2011 is a cross over year with products, executing the plans etc...and 2012 is the breakout year. This is why I keep adding (although I haven't for a little bit).