Well. Have gotten used to that by now. But long term plays dont care about volume as much as they do about relationships and forming new ones, if the old ones don't pan. Still waiting for an answer to my last question about powering NatGas sites. Once the hole is drilled, and rig installed, they go unmanned for the most part. Wellhead and emerging environmental monitoring equipment on dry sealed wells also need a power source. They are remotely located. PA is next door. NY doesn't want fracking. Lots of room for power providers to service NatGas fields with wind and solar. Geez, NatGas developers loathe a 30% PTC until they benefit from it. Still have until 2016 under 100KW.