I, like you, believe all angles are being explored. It just takes time but this company was essentially bankrupt in October of 2017 prior to the involvement of Steve Rotman. There is no question that there has been progress and your info about the two factories that CMC is dedicating to Vytex is an example of that progress. Most important however is the transition from a raw material company to a company oriented to products <br /> There have been no toxic loans for over two years now and no raising of funds since August of 2020 except for loans by the CEO at very favorable terms. Rotman’s is being transformed and Rx Air has products for both now and the future. COVID is not going away any more then 9/11 went away. It will just create a new normal <br /> Finally, for what it is worth, the conversation board on Yahoo Finance is reporting that EMA’s summary judgement was again denied and Vystar’s request to move forward with discovery secondary to its counter suit has been approved. If true, that should lead to a settlement where hopefully EMA will have to return the tens of millions of Vystar shares it acquired and again hopefully through open market purchases. This has been dragging on for years but it is important and is Vystar’s last piece of litigation.