IMO. With $23M in the Sept qtr, and without the rare $1.1M contract loss that happened, GV would have posted $.075. Average tax rate for the Dec qtr was 3-5% higher than normal as well. Going forward we can see from the 10Q that backlog outside STEC has increased from last qtr and year over year by over $5M. Also the company boasts of getting enough new business since Sept 30 for the say that it will significantly augment 4th qtr revenues.
To me this means more like $25M+ for the Dec qtr. If we use the same expenses as in the Sept qtr, plus assume they have no more rare mishaps(contract losses), using 24% margins, and using a normal tax rate of 39%, GV would post $.11-$.12 for the qtr.