This excerpt taken from the FLE 8-K filed Mar 10, 2005.
Yes, Ill let Lyle address that for you, John.
Generally, the cost in the way of fees for the amendment, which took effect today, is approximately $500,000. In addition to that, well be locked into an interest rate that will be 50 basis points higher for the April quarter. And then well revert back to charges based upon a calculation of the fixed charge coverage ratio, which weve been subject to previously. That makes our borrowing costs, was previously 5.75 percent, and presently would be about 6.25.