Excluding Rosenbergs severence package in Q1-00 here's some past history on net profit margins which will be used to establish a trend that I'll extrapolate into the future to calculate profit and EPS.
For the time being this is my model. I'm allowing for modest improvement in margins and an increasing number of shares due to stock options. I 'm forecasting Q2 at .62 and 2000 year end earnings at 2.66. I'm out ahead of our analyst on this one. I'll see how I fare compared to him over the course of the year. Apply whatever P/E you want to these numbers. All I can say is it's worth a second mortgage on your house to invest in this baby. 2.66 times 25 puts us at $67 by the end of year!