Looking ahead, Progressive Gaming Chief Financial Officer Heather Rollo said "we feel reasonably confident that our 2006 revenue will not be less than approximately $75 million. Layered on top of this are potential revenues from new strategic initiatives that could provide additional revenue of up to $18 million in 2006, depending on the success of these initiatives in the third and fourth quarters." Wall Street is looking for full-year revenue of $93.6 million. Shares fell 88 cents, or 10%, to $7.75 in after-hours trading. Shares of Trinity Industries ( TRN) got a boost after the Dallas-based diversified industrial company increased its second-quarter earnings projection, noting strength in its rail and barge businesses. The company anticipates earnings of 60 cents to 65 cents a share, up from earlier guidance of 52 cents to 57 cents. Analysts, on average, predict a profit of 57 cents a share. The forecast doesn't include a one-time gain resulting from the sale of the company's fittings business. Shares climbed 96 cents, or 2.9%, to $33.71 after hours.