If we have not heard anything regarding the ELO deal by the next conference call in November, management owes it to their shareholders to spend more than 15 seconds discussing it. They need to let us know what stage in development they are in, and if ELO has had second thoughts and chosen a different route, we are adults and they should just tell us. In my mind, witholding negative information is as bad as lying. I happen to be a fan of this management team, but I will be very disappointed if they are not totally transparent regarding ELO. If ELO does choose a different route, I will certainly be disappointed. But, if Echelon tries to sweep it under the rug as if it never happened, I will be 10 times more disappointed, because that will mean that I can no longer trust management.