All of those are contractions from Q3 2005 values of 83%, 58%, and 70%, respectively. Top line contraction in a growth company is never a good thing (it's about 7% Q/Q in this case - $16.7M/$17.9M). With that contraction we're not going to pay a premium for them, but might pick them up if they get discounted.
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