95% of all ESRX business is planned to move forward on 1/1/12 without WAG in the network. Secondly, even if they strike a deal, probably won't occur until after 1/1 and guess what? The damage will already have been done to WAG. Patients will have gone to another pharmacy right next door. It's not like they're going to go back to WAG if they are allowed back into the network. Finally, even if WAG is allowed back in the network, many clients may not want them back in anyway since I'm sure they are getting better retail discounts without the WAG in their network. There is no reason why they need to be in the network since there is a pharmacy right next door that most patients. WAG offers nothing unique.