That's a fair post.. however, being a techy I kind of appreciate what they're doing. I used to work for a telecom company, and when the CEO/Engineer ran the place, the stock was 'ok', but we were an engineering company and made good stuff, but these guys weren't showmen. Then came the wall street crew, and they brought in a guy from Motorola who proceeded to drive the company into the ground... gutting engineering and putting everything into sales. Short term, that's great..but in the end, it's the product.. but I agree, sometimes the product isn't good enough (just look at the success of Oracle and the antithesis of a good product ). As an investor, I'm skeptical about buying into this company only because it looks like a one trick pony..but the counterpoint is, there are only two ponies.