I have to agree with mtc44380 on this. I am still holding onto a couple hundred thousand shares and am still buying. Brad Pyatt has no clue how to run a successful business, but it seems that he has recently (in the past year) surrounded himself with people who do.
I hate to be ironic, but besides the poor numbers, this is actually a great company. They offer products that seem to trump most others in their class. I have personally used them and absolutely LOVE them. Back to the numbers issue...it seems as if the company's reach has surpassed its grip. Meaning that they have expanded at much too fast of a rate to allow their sales to keep up with the price of expansion. This is why they are in such great debt. Once the sales begin to catch up, I feel this company with flourish like the best of 'em.