b). Analysis of S-1 Venture and Impact to HHSE; HHSE has been contacted by multiple venture capital partners, investors and funds expressing their support of buying significant positions into HHSE following the filing for the Form 10 and S-1. There is a total of USD $8-mm potentially available to the company under the S-1 offering, through block offerings of new issues at $.03, $.05 and $.08 per share. A modest "test" of HHSE pricing resistance occurred last July whebn a relatively modest amount of buying pressure about $120,000 (8-mm shares) was conducted last July by one major investor, which buying pressure caused the HHSE stock price to literally DOUBLE in only a few days... accordingly, there is a reasonable basis to anticipate that buying pressure of $1.5-mm initially (i.e., 50-mm S-1 shares at $.03 each) would likely result in a much higher PPS than $.03 / share if purchased on the open market. Therefore the S-1 block pricing - which is CURRENTLY a premium to today's market price of shares - is still a much better deal for these major purchasers than if the same dollar volume were run through the open market. Additionally, as is the structure of a S-1 Registration, the net sales proceeds go to the issuer (HHSE) for corporate uses and endeavors... whereas stocks traded on the open market benefit only the direct participants of a particular trade transaction. The second block of S-1 shares is 50-mm at $.05 each, and the third and final block of shares is another 50-mm at $.08 each. HHSE feels that the first block of shares is likely to sell very quickly based upon current inquiries... and that these proceeds will be very helpful in building momentum and consumer participation for the MyFlix venture, as well as for general operations and some payables management.