Maybe I'm naive, but I just don't get it.... A 5% stakeholder announces they feel the stock is undervalued, blames management and attacks. The share price tanks, so the 5% shareholder has either shot himself in the foot, misjudged the impact of their actions, or is looking longer term in what they're doing. 2 out of 3 of these outcomes should turn out to be positive, so what's the big deal? Personally, I see absolutely nothing mercurial about SB's leadership, so I can only think there's nothing but good to be gained from all this noise.... I'm a tiny tiny holder of MILL, strictly just to have a stake to watch over time, but if I had to guess, this looks more like opportunity than anything... Of course the big fly in the ointment I suppose would be the consequences of change of control provisions in existing debt instruments.