Corn prices have dropped substnatially in the last few weeks from above $4 to $3.18 on the front month contract and were limit down the other day. At the same time, oil is nearing 2006 highs and could easily go higher if hurricane season meets predictions. Ethanol stocks (VSE, AVR, USBE, etc) are near their lifetime (albeit brief lifetime) lows. Margins could expand substantially over the coming months, possibly leading to a blow out Q3. The one negative I see is that the price curve on ethanol on the CBOT is heading down in coming months. But again, hurricane season coming . . . We could see a return of the 35% gross profit margins in Q3 '06. I'm liking VSE in particular. Any thoughts?