I have no idea. If I knew stuff like that I'd be writing you from my private island. It seems to me that 6 would be pretty cheap for this stock.
Here's how I look at it. They have $3 in cash, $.31 in earnings and 14-15% of Foveon. Back out the cash and the earnings on the cash ($.05 ?) and you get $.26 in operating earnings. Give those a multiple of 20 (seems middle of the road) and you get $5.20 per share add the cash and an extra buck for Foveon and you get a value of $9.20. Thus $6 seems like a bargain to me. It also explains why insiders semed to jump on the chance to sell at $14.
Valuing the Foveon interest at a buck may be a little generous right now. That would mean SYNA's 15% (+/-) would be worth about $25M and all of Foveon would be worth around $167M. That seems rich for un unprofitable company with , apparently, minimal sales. However, with their intellectual property, I'd be willing to pay that price.
Anyway, for what it's worth, that's the way I see it. It's just my opinion and worth what you had to pay to ge it. Maybe.
The stock is still around 2.5 times sales, around 30 times past earnings, and around 3 times book value. Thaose are still pretty high numbers. I figure around 1.5 times sales, and less than two times book value and around 18 times past earnings would be a more reasonable valuation. That would mean around $6 a share.