Disagree, SIGA is delivering real value by delivering product under BARDA contract. Management's decision on accounting treatment is B.S. posturing that is contributing further to uncertainty. What is clear from court decision is that both parties will have a significant interest in economic value of the product. If it were obvious that PIP would receive zero and SIGA was capturing 100% of the value, SIGA would have done rocket shot north of $5 and PIP would have dropped below $1. Likewise, opposite is also true. If you think it ends up anywhere near 50/50, then PIP has better upside (at $90 million valuation) than SIGA (at $200 million valuation).