How could expenses not be higher this year given that there have been 3 aquisitions in a year; increased accounting expenses as a result of the SEC inquiry; and increased legal expenses for the SEC inquiry, the patent litigation with Sturm, the Van Houtte acquisition and those shareholder lawsuits? I would expect to see economies of scale start to kick in here with the integration of Timothy's and DDRX. There is also the increased interest expense because of the money borrowed to fund the acquisitions.
Do you track margins? Gross margins were 31%. That's the LOWEST in over 2 years. Lower than when there were warranty provisions. The June quarter margins were 35%. That's why they guided down in the Dec quarter.