JOE management is like a spoiled brat who has been left a large inheritance and has decided to set the world on fire with his/her new found money. When venture after venture fails and the heir is burning through their windfall the schemes get crazier and crazier. JOE is the heir in this instance. Ball & DuPont left a massive chunk of dirt that JOE management (including Berkowitz) has frittered away on ill thought out ventures and failed enterprises. I doubt the few dollars they'll be able to hold on to in this deal will meet a better fate than their previous asset burning capers if they decide to *reinvest*. Maybe they'll declare a 1 time dividend, with the AgReserves net proceeds, so Berkowitz can get back to his average price of $26+? I suppose it could happen. Anything can, and does, with this management team.