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                             Forgent Networks, Inc.
                    108 Wild Basin Road, Austin, Texas 78746

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       Bear Market Opportunity Fund, L.P., a Delaware limited partnership;

          Pinnacle Partners, LLC, a Colorado limited liability company;

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                                 David Sandberg.

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                      PRELIMINARY COPY, DATED MAY 27, 2009
                             FORGENT NETWORKS, INC.
                         SPECIAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS
                                  JUNE 2, 2009


                           PROXY STATEMENT OF RED OAK
                                IN OPPOSITION TO


This proxy statement is being furnished to holders of the common stock of
Forgent Networks, Inc. ("ASUR" or the "Company") in connection with the
solicitation of proxies by Red Oak Partners, LLC, The Red Oak Fund, L.P.,
Pinnacle Fund LLP, Pinnacle Partners LLC, Bear Market Opportunity Fund, L.P. and
David Sandberg, whom we refer to collectively as "Red Oak" in this proxy
statement, to be used at the Special Meeting of Stockholders (the "Special
Meeting") of ASUR. The Special Meeting will be held at 10 A.M., on June 2, 2009,
at the Company's executive offices, 108 Wild Basin Road, Austin, Texas 78746. At
the Special Meeting, ASUR is seeking stockholder approval of a 1-for-750 reverse
stock split, a 750-for-1 forward stock split (if the reverse stock split is
approved), and to approve the postponement or adjournment of the special meeting
in the event an insufficient number of shares are present to approve the
reverse/forward split. We refer to these as the "Go-Private Proposals" because
their effect would be to terminate the Company's status as a reporting company
under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, terminate its listed status and
thereby deprive the stockholders of readily available information and further
limit trading opportunities. The Company's proxy statement dated April 20, 2009
contains information regarding the Go-Private Proposals, including a description
of the material features of the Go-Private plan, and the voting procedures to be
followed at the Special Meeting. These items are listed as proposals 1 through 3
in the Company proxy statement.

Red Oak is soliciting proxies AGAINST the approval of the Go-Private Proposals
for the reasons noted in this proxy statement. We urge you to vote AGAINST
approving the Go-Private Proposals. We are not at this time sending you a
separate proxy card granting us your proxy, because you can vote against the
Go-Private Proposals by checking the "AGAINST" box on the Company's proxy card.

Red Oak beneficially owns an aggregate of 2,285,796 shares of ASUR's total
outstanding common stock. Red Oak and its affiliates are ASUR's largest
stockholder. Red Oak owns approximately 7.3% of ASUR's total outstanding common
stock and 7.5% of the common stock held by the public (namely, the common stock
held by stockholders other than the board and management) based on the Company's
statement that as of April 16, 2009 there were 31,106,298 shares outstanding.

With regard to stockholder approval of the Go-Private Proposals, the stock
exchange rules governing the voting of shares held by brokerage firms for their
customers preclude a vote on non-routine matters unless the stockholder gives
instructions. Red Oak believes the Go-Private Proposals are not routine. In
addition, to approve proposals 1 and 2 requires the affirmative vote of a
majority of the Company's outstanding shares. SO YOUR VOTE COUNTS!

The persons and entities which constitute Red Oak are described below in the
section entitled "Certain Information Regarding the Participants." This proxy
statement sometimes refers to Red Oak as "we," "us," "our" and variants of those

The principal executive offices of ASUR are located at 108 Wild Basin Road,
Austin, Texas 78746. This proxy statement is first being delivered and mailed to
stockholders on or about May 28, 2009.



        (1)     Taking ASUR private is likely to result in severely limited
                liquidity for remaining shareholders.

        (2)     The benefits claimed by the Company from implementing this
                proposal can for the most part be obtained without depriving the
                stockholders of a public market.

        (3)     Paying out $0.36 per share to only certain holders is wasteful
                and unfair.

We believe that the attempt to take the Company private is not in the best
interest of stockholders. It will eliminate the requirement that stockholders
and the public receive regular financial disclosure and will cause the Company's
shares to be removed from NASDAQ. The lack of listing and the non-availability
of public financial information is highly likely to result in a lack of
liquidity for stockholders wishing to sell and to limit the Company's access to
additional capital if needed. Although there can be no assurance the Company
shares will continue to be listed on NASDAQ if the Go-private Proposals are
defeated, there will still be more opportunities for liquidity if financial
information continues to be publicly available. If Red Oak's suggestion for a
less drastic stock split is implemented and results in a stock price in excess
of $1.00, the Company could remain listed on NASDAQ, which would provide public
availability of price quotations and should provide a greater opportunity for
holders to sell shares. Even if the Company's NASDAQ listing is not maintained,
Red Oak believes that brokers will be more likely to provide quotations in the
Pink Sheets for a company having readily available public financial information.
Red Oak notes that Financial Industry Regulatory Authority Rule 6440 requires a
broker to ascertain that there is adequate information available before making a
market in a non-listed stock. Further, Red Oak notes that under Regulation T
Section 220.2, if NASDAQ listing is maintained, brokers would be permitted to
extend credit for purchases of Company shares. However, if the Company shares
were only tradable over the counter, Regulation T could prohibit brokers from
extending credit to buy Company shares.

The Company has attempted to justify these drastic measures by claiming they
will result in reduced costs. We agree the Company spends too much but believe
the claimed cost savings can be largely achieved without the detriment to the
shareholders resulting from the Go-Private Proposals.

                               WHAT RED OAK WANTS

We agree that actions to enhance stockholder value are needed, and if the
Go-Private Proposals are defeated we will seek to work with the existing board
of directors, or to elect new directors who will seek to advance this goal. Even
if the Go-Private Proposals are adopted we presently intend to nominate a slate
of directors for election at the next Company annual meeting which will be
comprised of shareholders holding or recommended by persons holding investments
of 3% or more in the Company. Red Oak is not seeking to control the Company, and
intends that a majority of the nominees will be persons not affiliated with Red

Red Oak believes that the Company's value can be enhanced by taking some or all
of the following actions:

  o     Rightsizing the Company's compensation beginning from the top down. The
        Company should combine the CEO and COO functions immediately as we
        firmly believe the Company does not require a CEO separate from the COO.
  o     According to the Company's proxy statement filed in 2008, the CEO/COO
        and CFO functions were paid nearly $1 million in FY 2007 and have been
        paid salaries nearly equal to the Company's entire current market
        capitalization value since 2003. This level of spending must be reduced
        to align with ASUR's level of profitability. Further, with an estimated
        $6 million/year in compensation expense across roughly 55 US employees
        and 40 employees in India, we believe the average US Employee earns more
        than $90,000/year, an amount we also believe must be managed better.(1)

(1) Red Oak made this estimate based on information which Jay Peterson, the
Company's chief financial officer gave Red Oak on April 27. Mr. Peterson said
that the Company spends approximately $6 million per year on compensation
expenses. He also revealed the number of employees based in the United States
and India at that meeting. In discussing typical Indian employment costs with a
business executive familiar with the market and the Company's past practices,
Red Oak learned that the Company would likely spend approximately $25,000 per
Indian employee per year, or approximately $1 million total each year, which
leaves a total of $5 million per year for the Company's approximately 55 U.S.
employees. This would indicate an average compensation of more than $90,000 per
U.S. employee per year based on Red Oak's estimates. Red Oak does not know the
actual number of U.S. employees who receive salaries in excess of $90,000, but
believes that if clerical employees are compensated at a lower rate, there would
likely be employees earning in excess of this average. If the compensation
disclosed in the Company's most recent 10-K for the Company's three most highly
compensated executives for the 2008 fiscal year of approximately $840,000 is
subtracted from the $5 million figure, the remaining approximately 52 U.S.
employees received an estimated average compensation of slightly more than
$80,000 per year. These estimates are based on Red Oak's calculations, using the
information Mr. Peterson provided, and the information available about the
Company's previous compensation rates. Red Oak does not know the actual current
compensation of any Company employee and its estimates should be considered with
that fact in mind.


  o     The Company should realign service provider costs, including terminating
        Ernst & Young as auditor, Winstead PC as legal counsel, and immediately
        repricing ASUR's egregious $360,000/year D&O policy. A company of ASUR's
        size should retain less expensive advisors. We note that in its Company
        proxy statement, ASUR claims to pay more than $150,000/year in legal
        bills related to being a public company. We are confident this can be
        reduced by a significant amount while the Company remains public.
  o     The Company should implement a reverse stock split in order to regain
        NASDAQ compliance with respect to a $1/share price. We recommend a
        10-for-1 split, which would leave ASUR with just over 3 million shares
        outstanding and could produce a price above $1/share.
  o     The Company should adopt a significant share repurchase program which
        would offer further liquidity to those shareholders who wish to sell
        while simultaneously allowing for accretive purchase transactions for
        the benefit of remaining shareholders.

  o     The Company should hold annual meetings in a timely manner subsequent to
        each fiscal year end. We note that with a July fiscal year end, ASUR's
        2009 annual meeting should have occurred in the March or April time
        frame and that in the Company's December, 2008 earnings call Mr.
        Peterson indicated that the 2009 annual meeting would be in March or
        April. No such meeting has yet been announced and shareholders should be
        granted their rights to such a meeting on a regular - and timely -
        basis. We believe it's in shareholders' best interests to hold the 2009
        meeting as soon as possible. Under section 211 of the Delaware General
        Corporation Law, shareholders can seek a court order compelling the
        Company to hold an annual meeting if no meeting is held within 13 months
        of the previous meeting (which was held July 30, 2008). Red Oak believes
        the annual meeting should be held promptly and currently intends to seek
        to compel a meeting if necessary.

  o     The Company should elect a board comprised of shareholders with vested
        interests. The current Board and management team hold a combined 2.3% of
        ASUR's common stock, which is less than numerous individual shareholders
        and institutions. We do not believe that a board with low ownership
        delaying its annual meetings represents good corporate governance. As
        noted above, we do not seek to control the Board and welcome a board of
        independent holders.

Red Oak has met and spoken with certain members of senior management and the
Board of the Company several times during 2009. During those discussions we made
recommendations on ways for ASUR to enhance shareholder value, as discussed

                         BACKGROUND OF THIS SOLICITATION

Red Oak first learned about the "going private" proposal when the Company issued
a press release on January 29, 2009. Red Oak attempted to contact the Company by
an email sent on January 29, 2009 to Mr. Jay Peterson, the Company's Chief
Financial Officer, asking the Company to convene a meeting with significant
shareholders to discuss this concern. Mr. Peterson indicated that the Company
would be willing to hold a discussion after it had filed proxy materials. After
several other emails, Red Oak and Mr. Snyder, the Company's Chief Executive
Officer, spoke by telephone on February 2, 2009 and Red Oak asked why
significant holders had not been consulted about the proposal or at least
invited to comment during a public "earnings" or similar call. Later in
February, Red Oak requested a further discussion but was told by Mr. Peterson in
an email that he was too busy working with the auditors and suggested additional
discussion via email. After Red Oak again requested a direct conversation and
noted that it had spoken to five other holders, a second telephone conversation
was held with Mr. Peterson and Mr. Snyder on March 5, primarily to discuss the
Company's strategic plans and the roles played by the executive officers. During
this call Red Oak asked why the 2009 annual meeting was not being combined with
the special meeting to vote on "going private" and was told the Company counsel
believed the stockholders would be confused by two separate votes. Red Oak
expressed the view that this was inconsistent with the announced goal to save
 On April 17, 2009, Red Oak sent a letter to one of the Company's directors
expressing continued concern about the proposal to end the Company's reporting
status, what Red Oak viewed as excessive costs, and stating an intent to
nominate a slate of directors at the next annual meeting, and asked him to
discuss it with the other directors. Because Red Oak had decided to influence
the composition of the Company's board of directors or management, that letter
was attached to Red Oak's filing on Schedule 13D made on April 20, 2009. On
April 22, Mr. Snyder telephoned Red Oak and an informal meeting was arranged,
which Red Oak confirmed by the following email:

        "Thank you for your call today. As per dates you provided,
        James Gladney (fellow ASUR shareholder) and I would be happy
        to meet with ASUR's Board this Monday, April 27th in Dallas.

        We wish to confirm the following agenda, as agreed to during
        our call today:

        To review Pinnacle Funds letter issued to ASUR's Board and
        dated April 17th and allow for ASUR to respond to any of our
        statements which it does not agree with. We attempted to


        utilize facts alone for the entire composition of our letter.
        However, we fully wish for more effective communication
        between ASUR and its shareholders and are both receptive to
        and would appreciate clarification from ASUR as it relates to
        points addressed in the letter.

        To review ASUR management's current business plan. As per your
        comment during our call today that we did not understand the
        costs, liabilities, and future business plan going forward, we
        agreed that it would be highly beneficial for you to share

        To review alternatives proposed by us in contrast to the
        current operating plan.

        One other key point - our letter was sent to your Director on
        April 17th. Today is April 22nd and - given it was sent to the
        Board days ago and thus they have been aware of our sense of
        urgency for consideration of change - we believe it would be
        imprudent to issue a press release and spend monies on proxies
        in advance of our meeting. Under the assumption that our
        meeting constitutes a constructive forum between the Board and
        large shareholders/ owners of the business, such an
        announcement in advance of our meeting would compromise the
        timing and purpose of our communication with the Board. We are
        hopeful of meeting in a civil and mutually constructive
        manner, inclusive of our flying to Dallas on short notice to
        meet with the Board. Additionally, we do not believe that
        holding off the press release or mailing of proxies for one
        week (or less) will compromise ASUR or its shareholders in any
        way whatsoever. However, spending this money on legal,
        mailing, and filings costs now may very possibly reflect
        unnecessary spend as well as having to spend additional monies
        for any possible amendments or undoing of such a transaction
        if the Board decides - after our meeting - that such changes
        are warranted. This would constitute wasteful spending, and to
        the extent that our meeting is to be held in good faith and
        with the Board having an open mind towards the contents and
        concerns expressed in our letter, we would sincerely
        appreciate ASUR holding off on this spend in advance of our
        meeting. We hope you feel similarly with respect to saving
        shareholder's money and also the value of communicating with
        fellow owners of the business.

        We look forward to meeting with you on Monday. If you could
        kindly inform us of a meeting location it would be
        appreciated. 10 a.m. Dallas time works best given our flight
        times - please confirm that works as well whenever you have a

At the April 27 meeting, Red Oak asked questions about the Company's
expenditures, questioned the level of spending on items such as audit and legal
fees, and questioned the proposed savings from the proposal to "go private."
Among other items, Mr. Snyder said he intended to resign within the next six
months. Certain questions about spending levels could not be answered at the
meeting and the Company agreed to provide additional information. After
considering the results of the meeting, on May 4, Red Oak decided to request a
stockholder list and investigate the possibility of asking stockholders to vote
against the going private scheme. Red Oak received the list on May 11 and
subsequently on that date emailed the Company to advise that Red Oak would file
proxy materials in opposition to the proposed "going private" plan. Although the
April 27 meeting was attended by three other holders of company stock, those
holders were not asked to join Red Oak in formally opposing the Company's going
private plan and have not done so. Red Oak made its own decision about filing
proxy materials and is not receiving any financial support from other holders.


                       WHO CAN VOTE AT THE SPECIAL MEETING

The record date for determining stockholders entitled to notice of and to vote
at the Special Meeting is April 13, 2009 (the "Record Date"). Stockholders of
the Company as of the Record Date are entitled to one vote at the Special
Meeting for each share of common stock of the Company, $0.01 par value per share
(the "Common Stock"), held on the Record Date. The Company stated in its proxy
statement that it had 31,106,298 shares of Common Stock issued and outstanding
on April 16, 2009.

                              HOW TO VOTE BY PROXY

 Whether you plan to attend the Special Meeting or not, we urge you to vote
AGAINST the approval of proposals 1, 2 and 3, the Go-Private Proposals, by
completing and returning the proxy card which the Company sent to you, or to
contact the bank or broker responsible for your account to instruct them as to
how you want to vote.

Holders of record can revoke a previously signed proxy by delivering a written
revocation to the Company Secretary. The typical way to revoke a proxy is to
sign, date and deliver a replacement proxy card to the Company. However, there


may not be time to obtain a replacement card from the Company before the Special
Meeting. If holders of record want to revoke a previously signed proxy, Red Oak
recommends that they deliver a separate written revocation directly to the
Company Secretary at 108 Wild Basin Road, Austin, Texas 78746.

Holders who used internet voting procedures can follow the revocation procedures
specified on the internet voting site. Holders whose shares are held through a
broker in "street name" can instruct the broker to change or revoke any
instructions previously given for voting their shares. Holders who wish
assistance in contacting the Company or their broker can contact MacKenzie
Partners, Inc. ("MacKenzie Partners") at (800) 322-2885 (toll free) or (212)
929-5500 (collect).

Properly executed proxies will be voted in accordance with the directions
indicated thereon. This means if you check "AGAINST" the Company will follow
your direction. If you sign the Company's proxy card but do not make any
specific choices, the Company-designated proxy holder will vote your shares FOR
the Go-Private Proposals.

You should refer to the Company's proxy statement and form of proxy distributed
by the Company for additional information about voting procedures.

If any of your shares are held in the name of a brokerage firm, bank, bank
nominee or other institution on the record date, only that entity can vote your
shares and only upon its receipt of your specific instructions. Accordingly,
please contact the person responsible for your account at such entity and
instruct that person to execute and return the Company's proxy card on your
behalf indicating a vote AGAINST proposals 1, 2 and 3. You should also sign,
date and mail the voting instruction form your broker or banker sends you when
you receive it (or, if applicable, vote by following the instructions supplied
to you by your bank or brokerage firm, including voting by telephone or via the
Internet). Please do this for each account you maintain to ensure that all of
your shares are voted.

A large number of banks and brokerage firms are participating in a program that
allows eligible stockholders to vote by telephone or via the Internet. If your
bank or brokerage firm is participating in the telephone voting program or
Internet voting program, then such bank or brokerage firm will provide you with
instructions for voting by telephone or the Internet on the voting form.
Telephone and internet voting procedures, if available through your bank or
brokerage firm, are designed to authenticate your identity to allow you to give
your voting instructions and to confirm that your instructions have been
properly recorded to vote AGAINST proposals 1, 2 and 3 . Stockholders voting via
the Internet should understand that there might be costs that they must bear
associated with electronic access, such as usage charges from Internet access
providers and telephone companies. If your bank or brokerage firm does not
provide you with a voting form, but you instead receive the Company's proxy
card, you should mark the proxy card to indicate a vote AGAINST proposals 1, 2
and 3, date it and sign it, and return it in the Company-provided envelope.

                           VOTING AND PROXY PROCEDURES

The presence, in person or by proxy, of a majority of the shares of Common Stock
outstanding entitled to vote at the Special Meeting will constitute a quorum. If
you return valid proxy instructions or attend the meeting in person, your shares
will be counted for purposes of determining whether there is a quorum, even if
you abstain from voting. Broker non-votes also will be counted for purposes for
determining the existence of a quorum. A broker non-vote occurs when a broker,
bank or other nominee holding shares for a beneficial owner does not vote on a
particular proposal because the broker, bank or other nominee does not have
discretionary voting power with respect to that item and has not received voting
instructions from the beneficial owner.

In voting with respect to proposals 1, 2 and 3, the Go-Private Proposals, you
may vote in favor of the proposal, against the proposal or abstain from voting.
Proposals 1 and 2 will be approved only if a quorum is present and a majority of
the total outstanding shares vote in favor of the proposals. As a result, for
proposals 1 and 2 abstentions and broker non-votes will have the effect of a
vote against the approval of the Go-Private plan. For this reason the Company
has asked in proposal 3 for authority to postpone the meeting and solicit
additional votes in favor of the management proposals. We are asking you to vote
AGAINST proposal 3, and on proposal 3 the vote of a majority of the shares
voting, if a quorum is present, will determine the outcome.

Any proxy may be revoked by you at any time prior to the time a vote is taken by
delivering to the Secretary of the Company a notice of revocation bearing a
later date, by delivering a duly executed proxy bearing a later date or by
attending the Special Meeting and voting in person (but attendance at the
Special Meeting will not by itself constitute revocation of a prior-delivered

Only holders of record as of the close of business on the Record Date will be
entitled to vote at the Special Meeting. If you were a stockholder of record on
the Record Date, you will retain your voting rights for the Special Meeting even
if you sell your shares after the Record Date. Accordingly, it is important that
you vote the shares held by you on the Record Date, or grant a proxy to vote
such shares, even if you sell such shares after the Record Date.




The entire expense of preparing and mailing this Proxy Statement and any other
soliciting material and the total expenditures relating to the solicitation of
proxies (including, without limitation, costs, if any, related to advertising,
printing, fees of attorneys, financial advisors, solicitors, accountants, public
relations, transportation and litigation) will be borne by Red Oak. In addition
to the use of the mails, proxies may be solicited by Red Oak Partners, other
Participants (as defined below) and/or their employees by telephone, telegram,
and personal solicitation, for which no additional compensation will be paid to
those persons engaged in such solicitation.

Red Oak estimates that its total expenditures relating to the solicitation of
proxies will be approximately $40,000 (including, without limitation, costs, if
any, related to advertising, printing, fees of attorneys, accountants, public
relations, transportation, and litigation). Total cash expenditures to date
relating to this solicitation have been approximately $5,000.

Red Oak may seek reimbursement from the Company for its actual expenses in
connection with this solicitation.


 The "Participants" consist of the following investment entities and
individuals: Red Oak Fund, Pinnacle Fund, Bear Fund, Red Oak Partners, Pinnacle
Partners and David Sandberg. Red Oak Partners manages Red Oak Fund and Bear
Fund. Red Oak Partners also is general partner of Pinnacle Partners, which
manages Pinnacle Fund (each of Pinnacle Fund, Red Oak Fund and Bear Fund, a
"Fund" and, collectively, the "Funds"). The Funds are private investment
vehicles formed for the purpose of investing and trading in a wide variety of
securities and financial instruments. The Funds directly own the shares reported
in this proxy statement.

The principal office or business address of Red Oak Fund, Red Oak Partners and
David Sandberg is 654 Broadway, Suite 5, New York, NY 10012. The principal
office or business address of Pinnacle Partners and Pinnacle Fund is 32065
Castle Court, Suite 100, Evergreen, CO 80439. The principal office or business
address of Bear Fund is 112 E. Pecan Street, Suite 806, San Antonio TX 78205.

Appendix A lists certain information regarding ownership of the Common Stock by
the Participants and transactions in the Common Stock made by the Participants
during the past two years. Red Oak beneficially owns 2,285,796 shares of Common
Stock, or approximately 7.3% of the outstanding shares. Red Oak may change its
ownership of the Company or alter its investment strategy at any time.

No Participant has during the last ten years been convicted in a criminal
proceeding (excluding traffic violations or similar misdemeanors). Except as set
forth herein, no Participant is now, or within the past year has been, a party
to any contract, arrangement or understanding with any person with respect to
any securities of the Company (including, but not limited to, joint ventures,
loan or option arrangements, puts or calls, guarantees against loss or
guarantees of profit, division of losses or profits, or the giving or
withholding of proxies).

There are no material proceedings to which any Participant or any associate of
any Participant is a party adverse to the Company or any of its subsidiaries or
has a material interest adverse to the Company or any of its subsidiaries.
Except as described herein, no Participant and no associate of any Participant
has any interest in the matters to be voted upon at the Special Meeting, other
than an interest, if any, as a stockholder of the Company.

Except as described herein or in Appendix A, neither any Participant nor any
associate of any Participant (1) has engaged in or has a direct or indirect
interest in any transaction or series of transactions since the beginning of the
Company's last fiscal year, or in any currently proposed transaction, to which
the Company or any of its subsidiaries is a party where the amount involved was
in excess of $120,000; (2) has been indebted to the Company or any of its
subsidiaries; (3) has borrowed any funds for the purpose of acquiring or holding
any securities of the Company, or is presently, or has been within the past
year, a party to any contract, arrangement or understanding with any person with
respect to either any securities of the Company, any future employment by the
Company or its affiliates, or any future transaction to which the Company or any
of its affiliates will or may be a party; or (4) is the beneficial or record
owner of any securities of the Company or any parent or subsidiary thereof.

Red Oak has not paid any additional compensation to Mr. Sandberg as a result of
this proxy solicitation for the Special Meeting. The partnerships managed by Red
Oak Partners, LLC will generally reimburse, or indemnify Mr. Sandberg for any
expenses, and/or liabilities, he may incur in connection with the Special
Meeting. There are no other arrangements or understandings with Mr. Sandberg
other than as set forth herein.


                                  OTHER MATTERS

 The Company's proxy statement contains information regarding (1) the security
ownership of management and beneficial owners of more than 5% of the Common
Stock; (2) the effects of the Go-Private Proposals on the Company's outstanding
shares; and (3) the meetings of the Company's Board of Directors and all
committees thereof concerning the Go-private Proposals.

                             PROXY MATERIALS ONLINE

Red Oak proxy materials may be accessed at the following website:


We have retained MacKenzie Partners to act as information agent in connection
with this proxy solicitation. If you have any questions or require any
assistance, including regarding online access to Red Oak's proxy materials,
please contact MacKenzie Partners, at the following address and telephone


      If you have any questions, require assistance in voting your shares,
        or need additional copies of the Pinnacle Funds' proxy materials,
      please call MacKenzie Partners at the phone numbers or email address
                                  listed below.

                          MacKenzie Partners, Inc. LOGO

                               105 Madison Avenue
                               New York, NY 10016
                          (212) 929-5500 (call collect)
                             TOLL-FREE (800)322-2885

         Shareholders may also obtain copies of The Pinnacle Funds proxy
                 materials at




May 28, 2009

By:     /s/ David Sandberg
Name:   David Sandberg
Title:  Managing Member




                              Appendix A
               Additional Information Regarding Red Oak

 Transactions In Stock of the Company

The following transactions are the only transactions during the past two years
with regard to the Common Stock made by Red Oak.


PURCHASER                 TRADE DATE                     QUANTITY

Pinnacle Fund             10/28/2008                     32300
Red Oak Fund              10/29/2008                     19291
Red Oak Fund              10/30/2008                     3044
Red Oak Fund              10/31/2008                     51600
Pinnacle Fund             10/31/2008                     51600
Pinnacle Fund             11/3/2008                      12000
Pinnacle Fund             11/5/2008                      14000
Red Oak Fund              11/5/2008                      14000
Red Oak Fund              11/6/2008                      8050
Pinnacle Fund             11/6/2008                      8050
Pinnacle Fund             11/7/2008                      21900
Red Oak Fund              11/7/2008                      21900
Red Oak Fund              11/10/2008                     30000
Pinnacle Fund             11/10/2008                     30000
Pinnacle Fund             11/11/2008                     27500
Red Oak Fund              11/11/2008                     27500
Red Oak Fund              11/12/2008                     9049
Pinnacle Fund             11/12/2008                     9051
Pinnacle Fund             11/13/2008                     32493
Red Oak Fund              11/13/2008                     16000
Red Oak Fund              11/14/2008                     5200
Pinnacle Fund             11/17/2008                     100
Pinnacle Fund             11/18/2008                     38254
Red Oak Fund              11/18/2008                     38256
Red Oak Fund              11/19/2008                     5500
Pinnacle Fund             11/19/2008                     5500
Pinnacle Fund             11/20/2008                     20791
Red Oak Fund              11/20/2008                     40000
Red Oak Fund              11/21/2008                     10339
Pinnacle Fund             11/21/2008                     10338
Pinnacle Fund             11/24/2008                     800
Red Oak Fund              12/2/2008                      5000
Red Oak Fund              12/3/2008                      10002
Pinnacle Fund             12/3/2008                      10002
Pinnacle Fund             12/4/2008                      18774
Red Oak Fund              12/4/2008                      18774
Red Oak Fund              12/5/2008                      4950
Pinnacle Fund             12/5/2008                      4950
Pinnacle Fund             12/12/2008                     12710
Red Oak Fund              12/12/2008                     12710
Red Oak Fund              12/15/2008                     18525
Pinnacle Fund             12/15/2008                     18524
Pinnacle Fund             12/17/2008                     35100
Red Oak Fund              12/17/2008                     35100
Red Oak Fund              12/18/2008                     7900
Pinnacle Fund             12/18/2008                     7900
Pinnacle Fund             12/19/2008                     15600
Red Oak Fund              12/19/2008                     15600
Red Oak Fund              12/22/2008                     4300
Pinnacle Fund             12/22/2008                     4300
Pinnacle Fund             12/23/2008                     16700
Red Oak Fund              12/23/2008                     16700
Red Oak Fund              12/26/2008                     25650


PURCHASER                 TRADE DATE                     QUANTITY

Pinnacle Fund             12/26/2008                     25650
Pinnacle Fund             12/29/2008                     67900
Red Oak Fund              12/29/2008                     67900
Red Oak Fund              12/30/2008                     31569
Pinnacle Fund             12/30/2008                     31569
Pinnacle Fund             12/31/2008                     7000
Red Oak Fund              12/31/2008                     7000
Red Oak Fund              2/2/2009                       143998
Pinnacle Fund             2/2/2009                       175997
Red Oak Fund              2/3/2009                       45533
Bear Fund                 2/9/2009                       400
Bear Fund                 2/10/2009                      1777
Bear Fund                 2/11/2009                      285300
Bear Fund                 2/12/2009                      23609
Bear Fund                 2/19/2009                      80178
Bear Fund                 2/27/2009                      114405
Pinnacle Fund             2/27/2009                      114405
Bear Fund                 3/2/2009                       700
Bear Fund                 3/3/2009                       8450
Pinnacle Fund             3/3/2009                       8450
Pinnacle Fund             3/4/2009                       4600
Pinnacle Fund             3/5/2009                       11850
Bear Fund                 3/5/2009                       11850
Pinnacle Fund             3/6/2009                       12500
Red Oak Fund              3/6/2009                       12500
Pinnacle Fund             3/9/2009                       2300
Red Oak Fund              3/10/2009                      5144
Pinnacle Fund             3/11/2009                      1900
Pinnacle Fund             3/16/2009                      23592
Red Oak Fund              3/16/2009                      23593

In aggregate, Red Oak owns 2,285,796 shares of Common Stock of the Company
acquired at an aggregate cost of approximately $428,550.91.

The funds used by Red Oak came from available capital and from time to time by
margin provided by Jefferies & Company on such firm's usual terms and

Red Oak is not required to file reports under Section 16 of the Securities
Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, with respect to the Common Stock.