Having followed Meg since before the EBAY IPO I can certainly see her paying herself Hundreds of Millions for selling HPQ off to GOOG.
At Six Dollars a Share or less, that is! She might even run for office afterwards and try to paint the whole thing as another Bain "success story?"
My favorite Meg moment is when she gasped in a conference call that EBAY would have never been "profitable" if they had had to expense stock options. They were the biggest beneficiary after YHOO in this regard, Meg acted like having to expense her own massive free shares position on the Income Statement was something akin to herpes.
By the way that's been the rule ever since then too.