Absolutely! The overall trajectory is good for us shareholders and I totally am in agreement with you on that. :)
I don't mean to sound like a pessimist at all and I know getting something at all is better than nothing. However, given all the information that's come to light, it would be a huge letdown and disappointment if the warrants were to be exercised and the dilution were to happen on top of everything else that's happend to the profits which were unjustly stolen. For some reason, thinking about that would likely drain all the happiness that would come even though the outcome would in either case be beneficial for us shareholders.
Like it has nothing to do with the money aspect but a lot more to do with fairness, justice and doing what's right concerning the company as a whole.
If the companies were robbed and looted and no justice given to them and then you have shareholders waiting 8-10 years in the hopes that they'd prevail but the end result is so damn minimal is there really any point to being happy?
It's kind of like playing a video game and one side keeps raping the other over and over and then after they get tired they just let the little guy win and stop playing?