The inventory of Evergreen Solar is being liquidated and several resellers are bidding on them. Sunelectronics is one of the firms and are advertising them at 74 cents per watt FOB Miami minimum 20 panels. It will be interesting to see who ends up with them. Given the price and the prior reputation of Evergreen panels, it may be a low cost way for a grid tie system. They arent very good for off grid as the voltages dont match well with most systems, although Xantrex has a new high voltage input off gird inverter that may work. Of course its caveat emptor as there will be no company around to honor the guarantee on the panels. They are reportedly first quality panels and have UL ratings, so the odds are they will work for the long term, but buying a spare or two would make sense. If Sunelectronics gets them, be aware they have a mixed reputation for customer service. Definitely not something to buy now and figure out how to use later, but worth considering if you are comfortable with PV design and were planning to do a system yourself. I definitely would not recomend buying them and than expecting a contractor to install them, but its up to you.