Regardless of what happens in regard to RFI, there will always be bashers to contend with for whatever agenda they're trying to push (short sellers, malcontent shareholders, competitors). It is obvious that the latest developments prove RFI has overcome MAJOR, BIG, HUGE, TREMENDOUS, CRITICAL, ETC... obstacles recently,and negativity abounds. We are witnessing all this negative dialogue while still in the developmental stage. We've now progressed to statements like "the glass didn't change color fast enough" (I wonder if Intel was strongly criticized when their early chips weren't fast enough). And I expect we will hear "They can't produce the film in large enough quantities", "The goggles aren't pretty", "The glass panel didn't hold up well through the hurricane" and so on. Those of us who look on the bright side will interpret these comments for what they are worth.
ND, I admire your tenacity in defending the company. However, if the less knowledgeable investors are still getting spooked by all the BS on this thread and allowing that BS to outweigh all the real positive news, well , then frankly I think they should sell their positions and quit crying. You have gone well beyond reasonable means to uncover the dubious posts. If somebody is unwilling to do at least a little work, then they don't deserve to enjoy the benefits when they do materialize.
To the people who posted about getting really burned with this stock, how did that happen? I can see if you had to sell recently you could have lost some money, but really burned? That usually happens when a company files bankruptcy or something similar causing the stock to trade in fractions. This has not been the case here. If you got really burned with this one, maybe you need to rethink your investment strategies.