I too bought SILC back a long time ago, when it was at $7, then at $14. The beauty of this stock is that it puts up consistent growth numbers, has zero debt, low float, and a whopping 8 bucks in cash. Take away the casd this company is currently valued at 10X non-GAAP earnings. I think in a buyout this is worth 20X earnings right now, or about $300 million, which is really $250 mill net of cash. $300 mill / 6.93 = $43 a share. I think that's a reasonable buyout price, and I think we are getting closer and closer to a buyout day. There is plently of upside from here.