I doubled my position today. Buy'em when you can, Sell'em when they are high. The key factor will be Yellow's ability to optimize the merged operations of the joint company. The last qtr's report, while good, was below expectations. This was partly a result of a weaker-than-expected GDP growth in the qtr. If Yellow stays on track to make $3/share in 2004 with decent sequential revenue growth, the shares will be back in the high 30s within 6 months.