We provide service within about a 60 mile radius, but in some towns, we have very few customers. Example: Ames, Iowa -- it has a large population (also home of Iowa State University), but we barely have 50 customers there. Conversely, we have over 1000 customers in Urbandale (a Des Moines suburb) which is about the same size as Ames. Go figure. We actually have more customers in 2 small farm towns close to Ames than we do in the entire city of Ames. I'm talkin' about 2 towns with a combined population of 3000 compared to a city of over 30,000 (and this excludes students). What's up with this? Anybody else have "strange" markets?