If CRY is not going to make Gary Shope the new CEO/Chairman of the Board, with Steve Anderson and Son BOTH TOTALLY out of the picture, then they should at least get rid of Steve Anderson and Bruce Anderson and let DAL run the show. But...but...but...Gary Shope is definitely the CEO/Chairman CRY really needs to make the company shine. $15/share in 3 years would be a 'walk in the park' for GS...one would think anyway. I would own a lot of shares if this were to happen.
GS is honest and knows how to get along with people and get the most from his employees and how to create value. SA, well why I can't prove it, I suspect he rules with more of the strong hand fear approach.
IMO, SA is an example of an entrepreneur who was great at one point in his life, but someone who just couldn't make the jump to running a public company. There is a HUGE difference between running a private company and successfully running a publicly traded one. For whatever reason though, probably Stevie's basic personality, he never made this transition. Hence, he is still $6 Stevie Wonder. Also IMHO, at 74 Stevie is past him prime. Time for Stevie to play shuffleboard.
These are just my opinions and general thinking. Do your own due diligence, as you are responsible for your own investment decisions.