Just listened to the call, although admittedly it was only with one ear as other things drew my attention, so I know that I missed a great deal. This Q was disappointing although not a disaster. There were some positives and negatives. It is obvious that the Hudson acquisition was the main focus and the Q suffered because of it. I believe Crossman is now trying to sell the street on Joes/Hudson being a growth story now that the merger is complete. We will see if any of the analysts bought was he was selling. There is something to be said for scaleability in business and with Joes almost doubling revs with the stroke of a pen (so to speak) they should have many more opportunities and much more flexibility than they have shown in the past.