T34B, that is smart. Maybe they could talk things over and find some common ground. It would be a beginning to a win-win type of situation. For the shareholders of each company. The synergy, is it there or no? Because if it is then lets all let it play out. I realize that the officers of the Parker corporation, as is in text book case, are probably concerned about where they might stand in any event of change. That's normal. But to prevent change for change sake is down right pig-headed. They cannot stand in the way of a corporate evolution. I think Wall Street senses that lack of managerial smarts and willingness and reflects it in share price. PKD should be priced much higher than this if it were even a semblance of a healthier company. NBR certainly does. The only time this past year when the street liked what it saw was when the SESI deal fell away. The direction the street wanted to see was for Parker to divest of greater debt and most likely in this way to become attractive to a larger suitor or stand alone, freer.