This is a bad deal for investors with only a 15% premium on a stock growing the top line at 20%. I would like to buy out this company to at 46/share. They are building facilities that show they are planning on tripling in size in three to five years and that's conservative. It's no wonder the chairman wants the company at this price, it's a bargain and who would no better than the Chairman and his chosen financial backers. If there is a buy out it should be at least a 30% premium, like the one Charles River offered a few years ago. At least this will take place under New York law supposedly.