do you actually think these results are enough to keep investors in the fold? No way, the only way out now for SKUL is a mercy buy-out. They have no chance to turn this around in 6 months. It won't be for lack of effort but "talking a good game" is different than executing one and SKUL is not set up to Win right now. They lack product innovation / pipeline ( on the CC they are still talking about what they "might" do ) they lack scale, they lack experienced management, they lack resources to drive demand creation, they lack a meaningful international footprint, they lack channel distribution opportunities ( they are contracting ), they lack time. Other than that... its alll good , or in the words of Hoby " YOU BET".