This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed Nov 2, 2007.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on the Company’s domestic term loan and revolving
line-of-credit are variable rates that are based on either the prime rate or
LIBOR (at the option of the Company) and foreign lines-of-credit are also
variable and are based on bank base rate and Euribor, and are affected by
changes in market interest rates. The
Company does not believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest
rates will result in a material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash
flows of the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the
Company’s current outstanding variable rate debt would have the impact of
changing interest expense by approximately $81,000 annually.

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This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed Aug 13, 2007.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest
payable on the Company’s domestic term loan and revolving line-of-credit are
variable rates that are based on either the prime rate or LIBOR (at the option
of the Company) and foreign lines-of-credit are also variable and are based on
bank base rate and Euribor, and are affected by changes in market interest
rates. The Company does not believe that
reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates will result in a
material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows of the
Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the Company’s variable rate debt
would have the impact of changing interest expense by approximately $97,000
annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed May 15, 2007.

Interest
Rate Risk

The interest
payable on the Company’s domestic line-of-credit and its foreign term loan are
variable based on the prime rate and Euribor, and are effected by changes in
market interest rates. The Company does
not believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates will
result in a material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows of
the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the Company’s variable rate debt
would have the impact of changing interest expense by approximately $91,000
annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-K filed Mar 20, 2007.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on
the Company’s domestic and foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan
are variable based on the prime rate and Euribor, and are effected by changes
in market interest rates. The Company does not believe that reasonably possible
near-term changes in interest rates will result in a material effect on future
earnings, fair values or cash flows of the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the Company’s variable rate debt
would have the impact of changing interest expense by approximately $81,000
annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed Nov 9, 2006.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest
payable on the Company’s domestic and foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign
term loan are variable based on the prime rate and Euribor, and are effected by
changes in market interest rates. The
Company does not believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest
rates will result in a material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash
flows of the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the
Company’s variable rate debt would have the impact of changing interest expense
by approximately $86,000 annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed Aug 11, 2006.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on the Company’s domestic and
foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan are variable based on the
prime rate and Euribor, and are effected by changes in market interest
rates. The Company does not believe that
reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates will result in a
material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows of the
Company. A change in the interest rate
of 1% on the Company’s variable rate debt would have the impact of changing
interest expense by approximately $88,000 annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed May 15, 2006.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on the Company’s
domestic and foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan are variable
based on the prime rate and Euribor, and are effected by changes in market
interest rates. The Company does not
believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates will
result in a material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows of
the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the Company’s variable rate debt
would have the impact of changing interest expense by approximately $100,000
annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-K filed Mar 28, 2006.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on the Company's domestic and foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan are variable based on the prime rate
and Euribor, and are effected by changes in market interest rates. The Company does not believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates will result in a material
effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows of the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the Company's variable rate debt would have the impact of changing interest expense by
approximately $89,000 annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed Nov 14, 2005.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on
the Company’s domestic and foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan
are variable based on the prime rate and Euribor, and are affected by changes
in market interest rates. The Company
does not believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates
will result in a material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows
of the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% point on the Company’s variable
rate debt would have the impact of changing interest expense by approximately $115,000
annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed Aug 15, 2005.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on the Company’s domestic and foreign
lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan are variable based on the prime rate
and Euribor, and are affected by changes in market interest rates. The Company does not believe that reasonably
possible near-term changes in interest rates will result in a material effect
on future earnings, fair values or cash flows of the Company. A
change in the interest rate of 1% point on the Company’s variable rate debt
would have the impact of changing interest expense by approximately $133,000
annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-Q filed May 12, 2005.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on
the Company’s domestic and foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan
are variable based on the prime rate and Euribor, and are affected by changes
in market interest rates. The Company
does not believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates
will result in a material effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows
of the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% point on the Company’s variable
rate debt would have the impact of changing interest expense by approximately
$133,000 annually.

This excerpt taken from the AMOT 10-K filed Mar 28, 2005.

Interest Rate Risk

The interest payable on the Company's domestic and foreign lines-of-credit and its foreign term loan are variable based on the prime rate
and Euribor, and are effected by changes in market interest rates. The Company does not believe that reasonably possible near-term changes in interest rates will result in a material
effect on future earnings, fair values or cash flows of the Company. A change in the interest rate of 1% on the Company's variable rate debt would have the impact of changing interest expense by
approximately $92,000 annually.