chickentraderr, I have to respectfully disagree with you. Companies don't have to be "cutting edge" or "en vogue" as you say to be a good buyout target...they only need to be accretive to the acquiring business which LF would be.
Fund mangers were accumulating shares of LF last quarter, not because of the potential for organic growth, but because they knew if the company missed again, the chance of buyout at or near book value would almost certainly come to fruition. That time has come. I took my first position in LF today at $2.64 per share and expect this stock to double on buyout news.
Pull up a 4 year monthly chart on NBS. In April 2012, NBS was trading at today's price range ($3.56). In a short 16 week period, NBS bounced off this support line and rallied 136% to $8.43. The time is now to take a position from a technical perspective, not to mention the increased interest by hedge funds and competing peers looking for acquisitions.