...the big fat $5m jump in operating costs
...the $10m drop in sales revenues, from around $40m in 1q12 to around $30m in 2q12
...the way in which the financial result was "luckily" saved by selling more gold than it produced (777 oz) and more silver than it produced (116,373 oz), with those two taps into the previous quarter inventory (presumably) accounting for $4.41m in gross sales (assuming average fetched prices for Au and Ag in the period, as per the 10-Q.
...and how many other companies this size charge $3.4m in one quarter for G&A, anyway? They bathing in Dom Perignon at HQ or something?
UPDATE: Oh wait, apparently there is a ConfCall after all, 11am Friday EDT