The number of Q2 installs was a surprise on the high side for me, but so was the EPS on the low side. They do go hand-in-hand, though, so I'm not miffed about it. The cacual investor sees Revenues going up 17%, but then profits only going up 7%....they get bummed. When, in fact, all that's happening is that $$$ is being spent on reinforcing the cash machine. If China doesn't buy this, then Private Equity, incl. a large pension fund, would find the potential for steady profits very mouthwatering.