Agree, the run is over extended and crowded. The projected p/e is not justified by the expected revenue growth (3-4%). Recent margin improvement is over based on operating efficiencies. A recent news flash on the schwab news ticker is that Canaccord Genuity (whoever that is) raised target price to 61...with the current price at 69, enough said. S&P has a sell rating with a target price of $55. (Of course they had a sell rating on the stock during the run). The point is the price run has been more of a mania, much like the homebuilders, SHW, LL, and Low or anything house related that is way ahead of the near term and expected performance. These stocks have surpassed historical prices during the home building boom- which we are not in and is not expected.