You cannot be convinced by the numbers because they reflect failure by the company. The numbers cannot be interpreted in any other way.
The concept behind Bigdish really does seem like a winning project but the above says otherwise. At this stage one can only conclude that it is not being well presented to the trade by those selling it or that the trade do not like the concept. Add to that several gaffes by management which have impacted on confidence and you have a company which appears to be at a standstill.
However, taking the company at it's word, difficult for some, there is a new wind blowing through the company. The employment of reps to enable a national roll out, apparently going well. Let us hope that they have the right kind of training to represent the deal offered by the company. Considerably more caution from the company with public statements to avoid let downs.
On balance, I am still optimistic this will succeed but nowhere near as confident as I once was. In terms of investing you take a chance now and make mega profits or maybe lose all or wait for things to look more professional and make a much smaller profit.
I am heavily invested here though I have taken the opportunity to trade from time to time