I got a call the other day from a farmer who has leased out some his farmland to a commercial concern for a large PV operation. This facility was installed last year and is currently (ha ha) producing power. I asked him, "does leasing the ground out make you more money then farming it?" He responded with ," yes, and I don't have to do any work!" He has a 20 year lease, and is one happy camper. Somehow (he claims that theft was not involved, just kidding) as part of the deal, he personally, while not having anything to do with the big install other then leasing the ground, ended up with 70 335 watt modules. Maybe they were leftovers and it was simpler to just give them to him then ship them back, whatever, he has them and wants me to meet with him to see how they can be put to work. It looks like they will be mounted on a large ag shop, right across the road from the huge installation, kind of a funny thing, I'll post some pictures as the deal progresses.