Now this is a post I can relate to! While I agree there is nothing wrong with prodding or pushing the envelope, your posts (at least the ones I've seen) give the impression of someone who's not a fan of the company.
The thing is, how do you combine innovative thinking with a conservative approach? Saga is in the position they are today which, as tenuous as it is at the moment, is much better than many of their competitors because of that philosophy. Keep in mind the broadcast industry just completed the digital conversion project. I don't know how many companies are in the mood at the moment to embark on another expensive experiment, whatever it may be, especially in this climate.
The pay cuts are not pretty or pleasant, but they're a far cry better than the slash and burn Clear Channel pulled a few weeks back. I don't see a 'status quo' in two years, in radio or any other industry. I believe we are living in a period of upheaval and the landscape will be vastly different in two years.