This deal makes a lot more sense than anything they've shown us recently. They're doubling the size overnight and expect it to be accretive in year one. It's less of a reach and more in step with the current business.
It's actually a darn good fit. If you weed through the actions, not only the plant closures, but also the actions they're taking at headquarters to getting the company to where they need to be today -- the only bad thing about this is it will happen by 2008. They should be there in 2006.
They exited the year with inventories in pretty darn good shape.