I wouldn't say Harmon doesn't care. I'd sooner think they are simply over whelmed. What do you do for a living? What would you do if suddenly you had 20 times the work to do, but the sameamount of space & same number of tools? Any company that supplies any product, what do they do when in a nine month period the orders increase by a few thousand percent? Paddle like heck and try to keep up, it's all you can do. If I owned a boiler manufacturing company I'd have a hard time justifying the expence to tool up to meet the demand until I knew that demand would last....and in this industry, well, it's quirky. You aren't building coffee makers that will die in a few years. These boilers last a long, long time. So, it would be very easy to tool up, sell like heck for 1 1/2 to 2 yrs, then, the market is saturated and what? Back to normal? What about all the tooling, the larger building I just bought? The workers that took a year to train? Nope... Let the late comers wait a few months for the product, stay calm, & you'll still have a business in 5 yrs instead of debt up to your ears and a saturated market.