I looked at BRS (Ballistic Recovery Systems) a long time ago and never bought it. They've been hovering at the $2 range for quite a while, had a slight drop to $1.70 a month ago, and then right after the news came out about them saving two Cirrus aircraft within a few days of each other the stock spiked to over $3. It closed today at $2.90. Symbol is BRSI. I read today that some of the personal jets coming online in the next five years or so are looking at aircraft parachute systems. That, plus the success Cirrus has had with them (excluding yesterday's fatal crash) indicates to me that there might be some opportunity here. I would think that some other mfg's might consider adding them to their aircraft as a way to mitigate future lawsuits. For anyone that's close to the business, any thoughts on this? Stock stuff normally belongs in GNG, but I doubt if 10% of the people over there even know that there are parachutes made for aircraft and not just for people.