and I was only emphasizing that they couldn't possibly give one to everyone that could it. "The World Bank reports that in 2001 per capita household consumption (in constant 1995 US dollars) was $299. Household consumption includes expenditures of individuals, households, and nongovernmental organizations on goods and services, excluding purchases of dwellings." Togo, Africa annual income $299 or $25/month. Even $3.50 is 14% of total monthly income and is about the limit potential customers last year were willing to spend on window screens (all, not per window) to keep flies away from their children to reduce the chances of malaria. gravitylight.org and from the funding site "The GravityLight Foundation is a UK registered charity, so please let us know if you are a UK tax payer to enable us to claim Gift Aid from the UK government. " (the giving away free part was in reference to Hans' comment saying they would most likey be given away free) My comments were only intended to express an overall observation of companies with great ideas in theory that end up being out of financial reach of the stated target market and even hit the U.S. shelves with a seemingly premium retail price. If this company succeeds I will be glad, I hope they prove me wrong. With no mention of target price my spidey sense is tingling though. Time will tell.