"which they had always been interested in." Exact order! Halo opted for first, then Duffy lost Halo, and <i>then</i> went for XTI. <br /> <br /> The "mischaracterization" Azz as usual. <br /> <br /> Xeriant has paid $2M and has (as I relayed) "currently" acquired 2% of XTI outstanding. common shares. <br /> <br /> Ah, "the true potential" is something else, and deduced from info same as I relayed. Especially when 'rosy potential' is mostly all that is being sold by friends n family. <br /> <br /> Ah, "stepping stones." In a nice brook of flowing water. Ah... <br /> <br /> That 'stepping stone' Duffy and Xeriant did not even characterize as such. <br /> <br /> <br /> Duffy lost Halo. Had no flying machine thereafter. So, he went for XTI's TriFan 600. Only one model. Another company funding one. of XTI's other models. <br /> <br /> Wonder how majority ownership in American Aviation Technologies affects Xeriant's say-so and influence of AAT direction and Halo itself. That idea I raised weeks back that azzhl shot down as a useless idea. <br /> <br /> "Mischaracterization" is to say non-public bullshit like, "which they had always been interested in." <br /> <br /> And to micharacterize facts I discussed.