I just love this company, they are a leader in their field (specialty phosphates = sounds boring, Peter Lynch eat your heart out) which has large barriers to entry, and as Bill Mann has stated on several occasions they are just starting to flex their pricing power. Another plus is a decent dividend for a small cap growth stock; also their products are used in consumer staples which as we all know tend to fare well during slowdowns. Ok, the downside, they have a ton of debt which was loaded on them by their former parent company. All in all this just smells like a cash machine over the long haul. Any ideas would be appreciated.