someday. the two basic advantages of nasd are credibility and easier access to capital markets to raise money. however, there is a cost, above and beyond the cost of being listed OTC.
the Forbes article seems to indicate that there is a level of trust in J-Q that would make future financing, if she wants it, a done deal. The only variability would be the terms.
I would believe that they will not look to relist until there is a decent history of free cash flow behind them, so that funds can be used for growth versus listing costs.
A few quarters a caller on the CC reminded J-Q that 85% of companies that go under $2 do not make it.
Her first goal is to 'make it'. All the other trappings come down the road.
I think listing to the AMEX or NASD would be somewhere around 2015, but let's not get ahead of ourselves.
BTW, I don't see this stock over a dollar before Q2 is reported, but the stock market can be a strange animal, either over-optimistic or over pessimistic.
This is a good time for JSDA, but the story is very far from playing out.