I doubt that there'll be a problem receiving a positive vote from either Linn holders or Berry holders, even with the lawyer mosquitos buzzing about. I was really surprised to see that BRY shares are held at 10% by insiders and a whopping 84% by mutual funds and institutions. That leaves only a puny 6% owned by individuals. Once these large holders have LNCO shares, I wonder if there'll be some selling pressure by those who'd be happier taking the money rather than holding on. Maybe some are even shorting LNCO now as an arbitrage play.