I don't know. I think we may have start thinking about restructuring too. Besides the BFL stuff, the poll for new seats isn't exactly a certainty at this point.
It might be a good idea to at least brainstorm what other options are available.
The poll currently has nearly 80% of votes being "yes." We will have to see the end result before we will know if further thinking on the subject is necessary.
The majority of the restructuring payment is in seats and we will recover something down the line from BFL for the lenders. I'm open to ideas, but still believe this restructuring is in everyone's best interests.
We have always had a long term view and I think that this unfortunate event has little bearing on the future success of the NastyFans organization.
However, lenders shouldn't be too discouraged at this point.
The FTC statement did read in part, “We’re pleased the court granted our request to halt this operation, and we look forward to putting the company’s ill-gotten gains back in the hands of consumers.”
Also, from another article, "Wong also noted that in this action—the FTC's first involving Bitcoin—seeks 'full consumer redress.'"
EDIT: The FTC was just answering questions relating to this case live on Twitter. It's worth reading: https://twitter.com/FTC