First is the new circuit at La Parrilla which Neumeyer actually categorized as a major milestone. It is "going to allow us to double the production of dore bars at La Parrilla, so that would give the La Parrilla 3 million ounces of production in silver excluding lead and zinc in 2012." Next, First Majestic is preparing to release a feasibility study for Del Toro, a 500 year old mine. The feasibility study will show economic numbers on what the mine is going to look like over the next 5 years. Del Toro will start producing 500,000 ounces of silver in 2012 and then be at full production capacity in 2014, which will be pivotal in helping the company double production to 16 million ounces by 2014. "Quite honestly, I think that is going to be quite a milestone for us as well," says Neumeyer . Then Neumeyer will beef up First Majestic's entire resource base. The company will update its 43-101, which basically serves as a check and balance system for miners to make sure they don't report fraudulent information. In it Neumeyer says the company will announce an updated resource base, which is currently 350 million ounces of silver. First Majestic is spending $12.5 million on exploration this year and the budget is still being hammered out for 2012, but Neumeyer hinted that each property will grow. "We do have an internal target to reach by the end of 2012 but the regulatory environment doesn't allow us to comment on non-compliance ounces, so we can't really tell you what our target is until we actually get there." And the icing on the cake for investors will be a potential dividend. Neumeyer said there is a 50/50 chance the company will initiate a payout next year. The company ended the second quarter with $105 million in cash. It costs $8.32 an ounce to produce an ounce of silver, so even with price volatility First Majestic is still seeing big profit margins.