"grossly overpaid" is an understatement, it looks like they are stuffing their pockets before jumping off a runaway train. They sold a boatload of shares they've granted themselves with zero purchases over the past 6 months and beyond, a huge tell that shldrs overlooked. Putting it in a clearer perspective it seems the plan over the last 5 yrs was to use $billions to buyback shares which automatically artificially increase per share earnings and everybody gets excited, dive in, pump up the sp, and then they dump this pig on the bagholders while they cash out and head for the exits. Since their ipo, the mgmt crew of this co. never had a problem gorging themselves with extremely lavish stock options, not a theory, its all there in black and white. TW I commend you, absolutely brilliant!