I can't disagree more with you on this. I would much prefer the company, at this point, to have an iron fist on using any shares in lieu of payment. The whole point of acquiring the O/G wells was to have a revenue stream AND assetts that could be used to obtain financing INSTEAD of diluting shares. That AND the return of 150 MILLION shares (still want to know who gave up exactly how many shares and under what conditions) is what NEEDED to happen to make this a viable concern. Now you are advocating having a cottage industry approach to sales? As I said earlier... I Can't disagree with you more... on ALL of what you just wrote... other than the possibility that Sam isn't comfortable with the stability of EXBX. Personally... I think the company is in the best position/condition it has EVER been in. They actually have 2 products on the market.... Much lower burn rate (I am assuming, but I'm sure this is the case)... An active supplementary income stream.... AND about 1/3 less dilution.... "At home consultants"???.... NO WAY. I think that is absolutely WRONG. We need full time inspired and motivated people in the sales effort. Compensation based on performance would be even better!