Okay, got your attention. But think about it. Mesaba sponsored (nice way to say funded, SF340 guys, where did your air-carts go?) and started Airtran. We fund Big Sky, (rather we override their loses). We won the continental bid but lost the continental flying to Colgan because we don't have a 50 seat turboprop. Now our President has publicly spoken to the fact that he is looking (and the ASA allows it) for more flying outside of NWA. (And are we really dumb enough to believe that they aren't looking for other avenues of revenue?) No, we won't take over FLYI routes, but FLYI is looking to unload assets in an auction. MAIR, where is that investment going? Is there a possibility of picking up cheap leases on aircraft coming out of service? (Where else would NWA get them?) Will NWA allow EMB jets on their certificate or will Mesaba expand their certificate with other aircraft at another Major? Has Mesaba's biggest problem been that they have never expanded outside of NWA? Our SLT has basically suggested that. So, with all that and a Chapter 11, why not? Why not pick up cheap leases sponsered by another carrier? (No, I have no suggestions on who). They have done it before, they will do it again. In the long run, it profits MAIR, not Mesaba Airlines. Stay tuned, same Mesaba channel, same Mesaba place.