Operator: Good day, everyone, and welcome to the Veeco's Third Quarter 2012 Earnings Conference Call. Today's call is being recorded. For opening remarks and introductions, I would now like to turn the conference over to Senior Vice President of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations, Ms. Debra Wasser. Ms. Wasser, please go ahead.
Debra Wasser - SVP, IR and Corporate Communications: Thank you, operator, and thank you all for joining us today. Joining me today are our CEO John Peeler and our CFO Dave Glass. Today's earnings release is available on the Veeco website. Please note that we have prepared a slide presentation to accompany today's webcast. We encourage you to follow along with the slides on veeco.com.
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I'll now turn the call over to John for opening remarks.
John R. Peeler - CEO: Thanks, Deb. Given the overall challenges in the market, we delivered pretty good results this quarter. Revenue was $127 million, EBITA was $17 million and EPS was $0.34. All of these are in line with our guidance. We did a good job of managing working capital and generated $46 million in cash from operations, so cash now stands at (indiscernible) and that resulted in weak orders. With all of our businesses hitting down cycle simultaneously Veeco's bookings came in at only $84 million. While MOCVD orders remained low in Q3, there are some positive trends in LED. General lighting is growing and customer tool utilization rates are up. Korean customers report utilizations in the 60% to 80% range; Taiwan is 80% to 100% and China leaders are over 90%. Top LED companies are reporting more stable business conditions than they have in a while and orders are modest, but they are adding capacity.
Let me tell you about four of the deals that we recently won. In China, HC SemiTek a well-established company is adding our newest generation system. Our MHP offers a 20% uniformity improvement and a 5% cost of ownership advantage over their original MaxBright. In Taiwan, the market leader added capacity with Veeco tools. In U.S., our market leader purchased order performance reactors and they said that our tools helped them make more money. In Japan, our MaxBright was selected by a leader for their GaN-on-Silicon program. We are winning the most important deals in every region.