I completely agree. I have mineral interests in 3 SE Oklahoma counties that have been in my family for 90 years. They were passed down from my grandparents, then to my dad and now to me. I have had offers to sell over the past 13 years. I have respectfully declined and will until I pass them on to my heirs, descendants, and legatees. Although some have been idle for several years, they are now setting up a drilling on one in Seminole Co., are also producing in Atoka and Coal counties. I have another in Seminole Co. which is loaded with fairly new infrastructure–tanks, pipeline, salt water disposal, etc. I quit receiving checks on that in mid-2015. When the economics are right, that lease will become active again. The story is the same with the minerals owned by my spouse, who I lost on September 24, 2017. Those are still being probated. Unclaimed Property Division, OK Department of Treasury, has already paid out a nice sum of money, both from leases that were force pooled and otherwise. There are a few thousand dollars still to be paid out, having been processed. Her minerals were in 10 SE OK counties, all producing counties. I am receiving monthly payments now from a goodly number of those, especially in Carter and Stephens counties, as is her daughter. Bottom line, DO NOT SELL, unless in case of very extraordinary circumstances. These offers are made knowing better what they are worth than do you in most instances. Frank is right.