It's kinda evenly split, there were a lot of positive articles over the last couple weeks. It's possible you also have to take the profit motive of the writers into account, apparently (I learned) you get paid by the click there, so churning out controversial articles that generate a lot of comments might be the best way to get paid.
It's all a tempest in a teapot, the actual market impact from an SA article is probably negligible. No one takes them seriously, it's just a bunch of amateurs.
That's o.k. by me . . . though I'm somewhat kicking myself for not trading out of some of my position a couple of weeks ago (price wasn't quite high enough to warrant me selling), I'm comfortable enough to continue re-investing the monthly divy at discounted prices. If the share price drifts a bit lower, I may consider adding a few more shares so that when it pushes the $32 range I'm in a better position to consider trading some.
The author of the latest hit piece puts one out about once a month. He gets torn a new one in the comments section every time. Would not surprise me if it was Kevin Kaiser hiding behind the Seeking Profits handle.