In the analysis we all put forth on this board, I think it is also prudent to be patient for results from the addition of Mary and the move into the South San Francisco area. As a resident of San Diego (a bit biotech hub) I have seen businesses here move themselves into a physical proximity which seems to precede critical alliances. I think there is more to this move than the average investor knows at this moment. It is a complex strategy which I observe in my local area and which I have benefitted from in the past. I have seen spin off companies emerge as well as new companies which are combinations of management and scientists from next door neighbors. The dynamic company communications are often affected by threads which form from the social and scientific networking only born from casual conversation. As it is often said, "its not what you know, but who you know" and even in the age of internet communication, you still form some close alliances from borrowing a cup of sugar from your neighbor.