I created a quarter by quarter model that gives various weights to the different models as they came on-line (partnered, managed, wholly owned) and then gave weight to size of property to forecast future revenue. What it shows is that while the business is 300% more valuable than the day it IPO'd, the stock is 70% of the IPO price. The recent pressure has been tough - Kim selling and Jason Ader saying he's dumping because WOLF won't put itself up for sale has hurt. Hopefully that's over and we can recover into the heart of the attraction awareness / travel season. The pullback has me thinking 16-17 is more likely this year, but we shall see. It is still possible that we could wake up one morning and see a buyout offer at $18 from any number of strategic or financial groups. Anxious to hear your thoughts - this thing is so under the radar - a dew more quarters of growth should fix that.