I agree, Chioudog. Company is saying 2010 net income will be between $19-21 million. If we assume $20M, and divide by the 19.8 million shares, that's an EPS of 1.01. Present (rapidly rising today) pps of $6.90 in a.m. trading, P/E is only 6.9. No reason that such a rapidly growing, cash-flush company should have such a low P/E valuation. Yes, this baby can easily go to (and should go to) $10. Not to mention what it could reach 1-2 years out.