Thank you for the info. I am aware of the "patent pending" although I am pretty sure it is only good for one year from the time you let the public view the product. That isn`t what the wait is for. When a competing product can be created it is best to have your product as finished as possible. Even then you will only have about a year or two head start. Contrary to a lot of peoples opinion, a patent really only allows you to continue producing your product as described in the application. Most products go through many additional changes, each one costing more money. It would be best to have a product as complete as possible prior to a public launch and that is what it is all about. One thing that I forgot to mention is the part where this product changes an industry from "dirty" to "green".
Pilotbob22/25/2008 12:21 PM