Just to be fair. Here's the other side of the coin. Since we now own this company and are by default, shareholders, I'd think it be in our best interest to see what's happening on the inside. We do, after all, want OUR company to succeed, right??????? It's pretty easy to sh!t all over these guys, but this is a nice "other side of the fence" peek. I'd expect a pretty big hemorrhage of ANY talent left at AIG (or is it AIU now ). Some will probably say good riddance, but not honoring one of the fundamental tenets of successful enterprise (legal and binding contracts), we might be doing more harm then good. Imagine if BB said to Brady "Look Tommy, the fans are annoyed that you failed to get out of the way of that block, so we're gonna have to knock about 7-8M off your pay for last year. Oh yeah, we're gonna tax the rest of it by 90%, okay? You cool with that?" Seriously, at it's base level, it's not much more complicated then that.