Ok, the company is run by an insider clique which does not even include the whole BoD, nor all the officers reporting directly to Mr Young. And that tends to be unhealthy. But both the clique and Starboard want to break up the company. Both the clique and Starboard want to limit legal expenses. Both the clique and Starboard believe that at the time of Mr Young's accession DOC had gotten out on a shaky limb and drastic measures were needed to make it either runnable or saleable.
The only concrete difference I'm sure of is that Starboard says part of the cash hoard should be paid in dividends soon, while the clique doesn't [they don't say anything]. In many companies that would be a huge difference, but DOC is venturing into potentially capital-intensive waters, and since we know nothing about the clique's intentions, they may be planning to pay out dividends at such time as potential capital needs seem under control.
I'm as frustrated as anyone, and all I see for sure is a big holder expressing the same general frustration.