I think the stock price is telling us that the current quarter is going to be well below First call's current estimates. I expected that the switching of coasts for the HQ would cause a stalling of activity and potential lowering of the stock price, pending the end of Q reporting what kind of one time charges the company will take in association with that move. Bottom line, however, I would not expect the change of coasts to otherwise make as much difference as in most industries, since the product is houses and those are not made at the HQ. Not like most high tech firms, for example, where brains are key elements of a firm and people might not move with a company's HQ could cause major problems. How far the dip goes is the difficult thing to judge, but I expect the co to at least post $3/share this year after charges and I cannot imagine it will remain below a PE of 8 after the current uncertainty is resolved. I am not backing up the truck more presently, but am watching closely. At time of writing, the stock is at 17 15/16. By the way, I first got in this stock about three or four years ago at 13 7/8, at which time the dividend was 60c/ share. They are making a lot more money now, and the div was reduced over 70%. At the time of the reduction the balance sheet was in need of being strengthened and so it was appropriate, but that does not appear to be the case now. I would favor a significant increase in dividend to at least return something in the short term to shareholders that have not had anything to cheer about recently. Best.