The point of fabulous (pardon the pun) valuations is to bet on who the long term winners will be. FNSR has an advantage right now in that they are a pure play. Once the spin-off occurs, I look to see a lot of the FNSR interest going to the new opto company, if for no other reason than to hedge their bets. METHA seems to be forming a base right now, so look to see a run up soon, however, it will probably go through at least one more consolidation period before the news starts to break on the spin-off side. Remember that there are probably still investors out there that bought around the first of March, and at this point would like to cover their losses. That will probably soften the price once it hits 60. If you're good at analyzing and timing these things, there is opportunity to make money along the way. Be careful though. Sometimes it's safer (and easier on the stomach) to just ride it out to the end point. Obsta, Fin, you guys have clearly been in this for awhile and followed the patterns. What do you think?