For better or worse, CLWR is a zombie company until the buyout offers are resolved. Thus, the volume is negligible. It seems like the shareholders are splitting the middle between S's $2.97 and Dish's $3.30. Mathematically the difference would put the share price at $3.135, so there's a slight edge to the Dish side. That is why I said the other day that the Q4 results didn't matter. Prusch, who, for all purposes, is a Sprint employee, gave a zombie-like report. Hope and John Saw are basically hostages. We're all hostages until this gets resolved, but there is no meaningful selling, and that has to make the longs optimistic. In the meantime, all we can do is hope that Crest, Mt. Kellett, and whoever else are going to bat in the interests of the independent minority shareholders so that Sprint's attempted heist will get foiled.