1. There is no offering today. 2. There is a filing for approval of a "secondary offering" which is nothing more than SNPE disposing of its controlling interest in BOOM - no new shares created, no dilution. 3. Assuming it is approved (and it likely will be) SNPE will be looking for ways to maximize the price per share - possibly by selling all shares to a single buyer, such as GE. 4. Single buyer scenario would likely result in a premium price to obtain control 5. Even if shares just sold into the market, there are plenty of Mutual Funds who will want to get BOOM shares and will be even more ready to buy knowing that there will no longer be the problems associated with the very small float on this stock 6. Patience, my friends...BOOM has plenty of life left in it. 7. Q1 results will be phenomenal - working off the $42 million backlog, GE is finally done screwing up AMK with design changes and we get a one-time pop from land sale worth 20 cents/share in itself. 8. Do a little DD, for crying out loud.