Agreed... And it seems finding ways to quietly build this type of leverage, relationships, knowhow etc along with the navigation expertise is probably more important than anything else when pioneering an entirely new industry. Sort of like a chess game and not wanting to telegraph next moves etc. I don't feel the problem is with what LQMT is doing. It seems the problem is only with investors that do not understand the massive undertaking that comes with pioneering a new industry and decades of added learning curves that are to be expected even with the brightest minds in the world at the wheel. The mountain of variables they are confronted with on a regular basis is like trying to correctly align zillions of moving targets that have no history or predictability.