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To All BBOX Shareholders,

The anemia on this board is killing me! Are we all still licking our wounds from last summers nose dive?

Here are a few comments on why things should'nt be this quiet.

1- Since the start of Decmenber, BBOX has only dropped about 15% of its value ($54 in the start of Dec to $46 todays close). Compare that to Cisco who began December at $52 and is now down to $17 or 67% drop in value. (A drop is a drop any way you look at it, but when most eveything is down, you got to find the few bright spots)

2- Zack's Consensus Estimate for 2001 EPS is $3.27. Using todays close as a base, that is a P/E of 14.11. Strangely low for a stock who earns $3.27 a year and who's EPS is forecasted to grow 25% year over year.

3- Zack's Consensus Estimate for 2002 EPS is $3.90. Assuming a very attainable P/E of 20 gives you a stock price of $78.00.

This may not get your blood flowing like it does mine, but in a market where you can find lots of things to be negative about, BBOX is a positive and that is saying something!

Good Luck,
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