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...current shareholders get diluted 92%.

I don't think the restructuring caused shareholders to get dilated as much as other initiatives did. There were definitely missteps by management in their executive which effectively drove the stock price into the ground. Current shareholders did get screwed, but it was more so due to other market factors like mismanaging the street and analysts, poorly marketing the product and not having a good hardware assortment in the aftermarket.

Apparently the market is happy with the new company, it may be a good time to get in over the next 6 months considering the company has zero debt and is poised for strong subscriber growth in 2003.

Jeff
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