Jerry, I had to think about this one for a few. Honestly I have not put much thought into it. 4 1/2 years ago when I made my first knife I hoped but never imagined I would be where I am today. I will try and answer your question the best I can at this moment. Fo the forseeable future I plan to stay a one man show. I enjoy having my hands in every part of the process and dont see that changing. I can see maybe in the distant future incorperating a helper or assistant to assist in areas other than the direct making of the knife. I am trying not to focus to much on how exactly I want to have my business run in 5 years because there are so many variables that could change and I like to remain as adaptable and flexible as possible. At this current moment I am focused on growing in my craft and learning new techniques and skills, on the other hand I am also focus equally on expanding my line-up, branding, and marketing. I hope that I will continue to make knives and tools until I get too old to do so. I would be happy if I was able to keep doing as I am right now for the rest of my working days. But if the opportunity to expand and grow beyond my production cabablities ever did arise, I would like to keep my company a Veteran owned and operated company. I hope this answers your question, and if you would like me to elaborate more on a certain area I would be happy too.