Hate to say it but with the failure of this PR to get the stock going there isn't any reason to be optimistic that raised guidance (implied by the announcement) or anything else is going to get the stock moving. Because this puts $2 in EPS (based on the weighted-fully diluted count for 2011) in the conversation again, and the stock was already grossly under valued.
It's in the penalty box because it is associated (wrongly) with companies that have the potential to be blown up. I really don't know what they can do to change that. Maybe coverage by a tier one firm is the only thing that can.