While I'd love for you to come run the Tig with us I must say I hope Alcoa strikes come June 1, since we're a direct competitor of them. Most everything we're hearing is the Union will strike if the Company doesn't concede health care cost. You are correct. We've already talked about the price situation if they do in fact strike. Let me say this, if you're thinking about buying a boat.........YOU'VE GOT ABOUT 2 MONTHS BEFORE MILL PRICES ARE REFLECTED BY END USERS. So, if they strike you better get on the horn and get that sucker ordered. If you buy from a manufacturer that orders material on a "as needed basis" you're already in trouble. The prices of boats will increase by 30-50% within 3 months if Alcoa strikes. Mark it, write it, take a picture of it........I don't care. It will happen. Not to mention airplane build rates are up 30% this year (expected to rise higher over the next four years) one more thing that's forcing aluminum prices to rise: Alcoa Russia has had to recall 400,000 metric tons of aluminum due to a HT problem. This is causing a shortage in material so customers are having a "war" trying to get good material. This in turn has allowed some aluminum mills to raise their prices a little.