Right now Bard has no cash at all. It has no money to pay anything at all not even the basic employee payroll. There will be no performance incentive if EB is unable to raise a single penny. Actually there will be no more Bard if EB can not raise the required funds after the roll back. And it is a very big "IF". The share consolidation is far from guarantee the survival of Bard. After the roll back they need a successful PP which can raise enough money to cover operational costs, pay the overdue accounts payable and most importanly to finance a good drill program otherwise the boat will sink soon enough. The option incentive plan is meaningless if management can not raise the capitals required to turn the company around. Our shares are also worthless if they can not raise the capitals required to turn the company around. The option incentive plan should be the last thing the shareholders should be worried about right now.