Indeed Stewart, indeed. This is the set up of the century. Anything can happen of course, they could drop a big bomb on us longs! But the set up is definitely skewed in our favour right now, and realistically, worst case we could go from 6.60 to let's say 5 (where we know Kovner and Co. will buy and support the price). That is 15% downside risk. Shorts on the other and could be down 100% in a day at the open, and if the stock rallies to the PT average around 17, they are down 200%, and if a squeeze to say 30 (which is very possible), they are down over 400% (although they would be bust already in the position). Point is that we are clearly in the driver's seat now and the risk trade is on our side.