Folks I'm toying with buying TurboChef, this is the ultra fast cooking oven company. Why I like It: > Starbucks making a push into hot breakfasts they have installed roughly 1000 Turbo-Chef ovens so far and plan to do approx 1000 per quarter. Starbucks has 9000 stores in the US presently. > Subway has installed ovens in most of their 20,000 US stores. Together Starbucks and Subway account for half of OVEN's sales. > Customers continue to build now including many hotels! Bellagio in Vegas, Hilton & Intercontinental brands are also buying for their bigger properties, AMC theaters have rolled them out in their larger megaplexes and Disney theme park restaurants has them. Dunkin Donuts has been testing the product & has started rolling them out into their stores. That's 4,500 more potential sites! The commercial business is exciting no doubt but what about the home sales? Wouldn't we all like to cook a 12 pound turkey in 45 minutes rather than 4 hours! The home ovens are scheduled for rollout this MARCH. I envision them being a hit but who knows? The short sellers are on this baby to the tune of 25% of the available shares so a smooth rollout with a good publicity campaign could burn them good. I'd love to see some kind of hook up with a high end appliance maker and indeed wouldn't it make perfect sense for TurboChef to get bought?, Miele comes to mind from germany, even Swedens Electrolux. I expect OVEN to finally start making some money within 2 years. Sales are expected to climb from $50 million this year to $100 million in 07' If they can keep costs under control that ought to bring them into profitability. Lose 80 cents or so this year and make perhaps 5 cents next. One concern is a relatively low cash pile- $25 million but this is a company with zero debt at the moment.