Agreed. It would be more prudent and profitable for Goog just to buy VRNG. That way they save face and can tell their share holders that buying VRNG provided them with patents that could no longer be used against them. Goog should have purchased VRNG a long time ago, but their stance against "patent trolls" was not to deal. They have the mentality of terrorists, which is, you don't make deals with them. However, if they'd have opened their eyes they would have realized that VRNG had the real "goods" or legitimate patents, and this was proven in a court of law. At that juncture Goog should have made an offer, but they're being extremely stubborn, possibly due to the fact their might be more patents somewhere else that they've infringed upon.