It's not over. The auditors didn't quit, and by now they've been scouring the books for 2 months or longer. No board members quit, no wrongdoing proven, and they keep saying they will meet the guidance they gave in November 2010. The lawyers are telling them to keep quiet now, so even if they wanted to answer our emails they can't. If there were some related party transactions they should take their medicine and pay the fine, but nobody is accusing them of inflating the earnings and earnings will drive the stock price when all the gremlins have been flushed out. There is still hope!