They are on the edge of death but given that inventories and receivables are likely coming down they could conceivably get through 2016. That is what they are arguing anyway. Very tough to predict an actual death date given that markets still go crazy for them every so often for reasons that escape me.
They have to convince their auditors that they can issue more shares in order to avoid a going concern audit opinion. They have yet to issue a press release of any significance but yet the price increases anyway as it always has.
Material probability that it literally comes crashing down to bankruptcy in the next month.
A virtual certainty that they come to market with a new share issuance in the next two.