People are asking about the rate…to me it just makes sense that they come out with $1.34…I also made an argument why they could start off at the reinstated rate $3.22. They have nothing right now. They need more purchasing power so that they can turn around and buy a ton of things. This is another reason why I think they’re going to come out with a managed rate not a free float. I hate to say this but most likely be reinstated at $3.22 rate but not for very long…a rate that high will not allow them to develop economically. They would not be able to compete on the open trade market with such a high rate. They’ll most likely get back down to around $1.34…but don’t be surprised if they don’t come out with the $1.34 first.