This may be overdone, but unfortunately when management loses creditability, the company no longer gets to keep the BIG P/E. I doubt the existing management team can reverse this creditability gap. Someone needs to go quickly, or the P/E will drop to below the market's average. Probably will regardless unless analysts become convinced that this is an isolated occurence. I wish it wasn't so, but it is. I'm hoping for a bounce into the low 40's (probably foolishly so).