Ironic you should post that on the RSTN board. RSTN executives know a lot about business...they came public with some 107mil shares outstanding, approved themselves 50mil options, issued 32mil options, and sat back to wait and cash in on their brilliance. They still made a ton of money, but if maybe they hadn't been able to grab a bunch of money right after the IPO and say they were locked out for two years they would have been better business managers. Maybe they would have been more conservative with financing and built the business within the constraints of the current day reality, but with the eye on making the company a premier player two years out. Instead they had to play into the Wall Street hype and they rewarded themselves generously for playing along with Wall street. Of course the company may not be able to survive. They are already set, but shareholders may have a different experience.