<< they already guided bonehead. what you dont know is that they will post a profit. >>
SCO will most certainly not post a *Pro Forma* profit. Even if by some miracle they hit Deutsche Bank's $14.4MM revenue projection, SCO cannot post a profit after legal expenses are factored. The derivative accounting income is a one-time event related to the PIPE deal that should show up in GAAP results unless SCO wants more trouble with the SEC.
Keep in mind that the enormous revenue fall-off is a signal that SCO will have trouble manufacturing revenue in the future. With the dismissal of the Novell case and a summary judgment against SCO in the IBM case, the courts are about to put a stop to SCO's extortion business.
PS - See that wasn't so hard. It is fairly easy to reply without name calling if you try.