The float is miniscule, and the big holders are vacuuming up anything tendered. Huge operating losses, finite cash reserves. You can only stretch payables and tighten inventories so long. They've divested of most of the obvious units (engines, anyone?), but it's hard to see anything but a restructuring in their future. I wouldn't be putting any of my 401(K) into this; their problems aren't going to be solved with disingenuous press releases and dodgy accounting, any longer.