Every half cent means a 32.5 cent difference on the morning the RS.  Therefore I'm of two minds:

1) They'll want it to open the new trading day nicely with a initial trading price close to $3.  If this is the case, they might try have the price run up a bit at the close the afternoon before the RS (possibly tomorrow).

2) They won't want the post RS price to trade down in the subsequent days making it look weak.  If this is the case, they will try repress the pre-RS price so that the opening post-RS price has nowwhere to go but up in the short term.  This will give the impression that there is demand and that the market is in agreement with the RS.

Which will then choose?  My guess is a bit of both.