wdr, I'm not going to blame Goodisman for all of AOS' issues in the last few years...when I speak of his track record, I speak of his overall record in the oil and gas sector.  As Managing Director of Scotia Waterous, he's done a lot of good work in this field and has the experience to boot.  I don't know exactly what he could have done alone to move AOS forward, but it says something that even the greens had the sense to keep him on the BOD.  I look at the post-green chart and see a stock that has been hammered into the ground, so the focus of my animosity remains the hacks who hijacked the company and failed to deliver on any of the sketchy promises they made during the blue-green debacle.