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Subject: 10q Metrics: Date: 8/15/2001 3:02 PM
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	MACR-Jun '01		MACR-Mar '01	
Liquidity				
Current Ratio (>=2.0, not going down)	2.15 		2.20 	
Quick Ratio (>=1.0, not going down)	1.80 		1.86 	
DPO	62.49 		51.15 	
Cash Cycle	(4.86)		3.40 	
Financial Leverage				
Debt/Assets (<=.25 good;zero is best)	0.17 		0.15 	
Debt/Equity (<1.0)	0.21 		0.18 	
Current Liab./Equity	0.19 		0.17 	
Cap. Ratio <=.33	0.02 		0.00 	
TIE (>1)	#DIV/0!		#DIV/0!	
Cash coverage	#DIV/0!		#DIV/0!	
Asset Management Ratios				
Inventory Turnover(accurate)	19.38 		24.49 	
Inventory Turnover(industry)	129.28 		184.30 	
DIO(accurate)	20.82 		9.49 	
DIO(industry)	24.31 		18.98 	
Receivables Turnover(accurate)	10.88 		9.77 	
Receivables Turnover(industry)	11.37 		10.29 	
DSO (accurate)	36.8	Target=	45.1	Target=
DSO (industry)	34.7		38.8	
Fixed Asset Turnover (4 qtrs)	4.0		3.4	
Total Asset Turnover (4 qtrs)(>3:1)	0.7		0.7	
Flowie Ratio (<1.25 good;<1.00 out.)	0.68 		0.67 	
Profitability Ratios				
Basic EPS (qtr)	-1.94		-0.43	
Diluted EPS (qtr)	-1.94		-0.38	
PS Ratio (<1.0)	2.79		2.92	
PE Ratio	NMF		80.17	
Earnings Yield	NMF		#REF!	
PEG Ratio	NMF		NMF	
YPEG fair value(mkt cap>1bb)				
P/FCF	-51.11		-178.26	
Book Value Per Share	9.46		11.28	
P/BV Per Share	1.91		1.71	
Gross Profit Margin (qtr)	87.45%		88.59%	
Gross Profit Margin (4 qtrs)	88.68%		89.12%	
Operating Profit Margin (qtr)	-92.74%		-20.46%	
Operating Profit Margin (4 qtrs)	-21.87%		1.65%	
Profit margin (qtr)	-125.95%		-24.44%	
Profit margin (4 qtrs)	-28.78%		3.43%	
ROA (4 qtrs)	-20.85%		2.38%	
ROE (4 qtrs) >=15%	-25.83%		2.90%	
Delta sales (qtr-qtr)	-0.37%		-13.80%	
Delta sales (qtr-yr ago)	-6.35%		-0.23%	
Delta COGS (qtr-qtr)	9.61%		4.35%	
Delta COGS (qtr-yr ago)	10.15%		-1.28%	
F8 Criteria (primary)				
Sales <= 500MM	383,579 	PASSED	389,600 	PASSED
Daily Dollar Volume >1MM	20,599,800	PASSED	24,050,000	PASSED
Daily Dollar Volume <25MM	20,599,800	PASSED	24,050,000	PASSED
Share Price >7	18.07 	PASSED	19.24 	PASSED
Net Profit Margin >=7%	-125.95%	#REF!	-24.44%	FAILED
RS>=90	12%	FAILED	0%	FAILED
Earnings Growth >=25%	-1023.81%	FAILED	-480.00%	FAILED
Sales Growth>=25%	-6%	FAILED	0%	FAILED
Insider Holdings>=15%	35%	PASSED	29%	PASSED
Cash Flow from Operations	(10,582)	FAILED	66,679 	PASSED
F8 Criteria (secondary)				
Market Cap <1BB	1,070,123,470 	FAILED	1,139,412,040 	FAILED
%increase in sales >%increase in AR (Q-YAQ)		PASSED		PASSED
%increase in sales >%increase in AR (YoY)		PASS		PASSED
DSO<DSO (Q-YAQ)		PASS		FAILED
%increase in sales >%increase in inventory (Q-YAQ)		FAILED		FAILED
%increase in sales>%increase in inventory (YoY)		PASS		PASSED
Asset turnover>3:1		FAIL		FAIL
Cash >5 times LT debt		PASSEDED		PASSED
Operating margins increasing (qtr-qtr)		FAILED		FAILED
Operating margin/Gross margin>.75	-1.06	FAIL	-0.23	FAIL
Net margins increasing (qtr-qtr)		FAILED		FAILED
P/S <1.0		FAIL		FAIL
GP>50% (30-50%, marginal)	87.45%	PASSED	88.59%	PASSED
R&D as percentage of sale increasing (qtr-qtr)		PASSED		FAILED
Growth in number of shares<6% (Q-YAQ)	-2.3%	PASSED	-2.3%	PASSED
%Increase in revenues>%increase in COGS (Q-YAQ))		FAILED		PASSED
%Increase in revenues>%increase in SG&A (Q-YAQ)		FAILED		FAILED
%Increase in revenues>%increase in ADA (Q-YAQ)		#DIV/0!		FAILED
%increase in net income>%Increase in revenues (YoY)		NegNumSkip		NegNumSkip
Income tax > 20%		FAILED		FAILED
Flowie Ratio<1.25		PASSED		PASSED
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