Cutler also addressed some of the weakness the company saw during the quarter. He said the U.S. economy is downshifting as the fiscal cliff approaches. More and more businesses, he said, are trying to make the decision to buy or wait on their projects, which is why it's important for leaders to address this most important issue. Turning to the building sector overall, Cutler said that Eaton is still seeing construction activity building. He said what started off as a nonresidential boom in commercial and retail buildings has now spread to residential construction. Cutler said our country is on track to return to 1.5 million housing starts a year, although it ail likely take a few years to get there. Cramer said that with so much building ramping up, Eaton is the company investors need to own.