This excerpt taken from the CSAR 8-K filed Jun 1, 2009.
Distribution of Net Proceeds Under Absolute Priority
The foregoing types of chapter 7 Administrative Expenses that may arise in a liquidation case would be paid in full from the liquidation proceeds before the balance of those proceeds would be made available to holders of unsecured Claims. Under the absolute priority rule, no junior creditor would receive any distribution until all senior creditors are paid in full. The Debtors believe that in a chapter 7 case, after taking account of the costs of the chapter 7 liquidation, secured creditors, as well as junior creditors with Administrative or Priority claims would receive a full recovery. General Unsecured Claims would receive a partial recover, while holders of any Equity Interest would receive no recovery.
The claim amounts reflected in the Liquidation Analysis are based on the Companys estimate of claims which are expected to be incurred as a result of the liquidation and the Companys estimate of claims which would exist as of June 1, 2009.
After consideration of the effects of a chapter 7 liquidation on the ultimate proceeds available for distribution to creditors, including (i) the increased costs and expenses of a liquidation under chapter 7 arising from fees payable to a trustee in a bankruptcy and professional advisors to such trustee, (ii) the erosion in value of assets in a chapter 7 case in the context of the expeditious liquidation required under chapter 7 and the forced sale atmosphere that would likely prevail, and (iii) the substantial increase in Claims which would be satisfied on a prior basis, THE DEBTORS HAVE DETERMINED THAT CONFIRMATION OF THE PLAN WILL PROVIDE EACH CREDITOR WITH A RECOVERY THAT IS NOT LESS THAN SUCH CREDITOR WOULD RECEIVE PURSUANT TO A LIQUIDATION OF THE DEBTORS UNDER CHAPTER 7 OF THE BANKRUPTCY CODE.