Those of us who believe we have some perspective on the current situation, but do not work for the company, should be mindful, as we post side by side with people who are on the property daily, that they see things we don't. Mr. Wolf is non-executive Chairman, which suggests that while he can be a resource, he isn't running the company. He enjoys a decent reputation in the industry, and I should think he doesn't want to sully that any more than it already has been, so I would guess the current management is pretty much calling the shots. It certainly looks that way. USAirways was in a very weakened state, following the failed UA merger. That's why it folded so quickly after 9/11. In the weak operating environment which has followed that tragedy, the company has continually failed to gain traction, despite draconian service cuts, and numerous employee givebacks. It is the perversity of logic which prevails in the business world in this country today, that believes pumping tax dollars into this carcass will do anything other than exert uneeded economic pressure on competitors whose own balance sheets aren't much better, but who have a fighting chance to survive, so long as they don't have to compete with subsidized rivals. Unfortunately, it's all about cash and market share, none of which are in great supply at USAir. You can see how it will end. The only variable is when.