Huge dilution with 20 million bucks thrown into the SPPR pot. The fact the new investors have enough confidence in the company to set a buy price at 1.20 for common stock is good for those that are in below that price. Considering SPPR was below the NASDAQ minimum and falling, we have been given a reprieve from delisting. SPPR is not the only hospitality REIT in trouble and I am thankful that we have a second chance. This troubled economy gives no positive guidance for even the best of stocks. The dilution effect of common shares won't hit us until at least 1.20 so buying below 1.20 should be profitable. If the new direction away from low end economy lodgings works we may see a positive cash flow.