This week, that filing time came and the Breach Boys had to report that they had dropped some $4.1 million in cash for Chockstone, including $1.6 million in goodwill and $2.4 million in intangible assets. They also took on some $200K in short-term capital lease obligations and about $300K in long-term capital lease obligations.
When Heartland announced in November that it was acquiring Chockstone, it issued a statement that "Terms of the agreement were not disclosed." Why do publicly-held companies try such things? They know they'll likely have to disclose it at SEC filing time.