Agreed. Like many faithful Elio reservationists, I am admittedly salty and bitter with how everything has panned out up to this point. I haven't completely lost faith and am anxiously waiting until April timeframe to read the next annual SEC filing and observe how the March court date affects fundraising efforts. But I am markedly more weary and hesitant to throw money towards any additional projects. Given the refundable nature of the Sondors reservation program, my takeaway is that none of that money can be spent on the business of designing and building the Sondors prototype, but rather is a simple method of gauging public interest in and commitment to the project, which could then be leveraged in fundraising efforts. One of my hangups with the Sondors is its rear-wheel drive setup incorporating a wheel hub motor. In the same fashion that Tesla has proven AWD drivetrain systems paired with all-electric powertrain systems can be powerful, safe and efficient, I patiently wait for the Sondors team to develop an iteration of their first prototype that provides torque-vectoring to all three wheels. In my view, that would be a winner.