Lime has a strong future. Strong inside management share holdings. New management (the electric city folks are out on their ears). The reverse split is necessary to get this back on the main boards -- and, hopefully, make it eligible for institutional holdings, as well as index holdings. Even with some additional dilution, this stock has a long way to go. I'm not thrilled about the reverse split, but if that gets it listed on NASAQ, then I'm for it. The company is moving toward profitability. They've done more in less than a year, than the electric city management did during their entire tenure. They need, however, to squeeze more costs out of MG&A.