They're already a third of the way through their cost cutting measures in a ridiculously short period of time, everything I heard today has been very encouraging.
As to the AGM, it was pretty hopeful. The shareholders, activist blocs included, expressed a surprising show of confidence in the management today, encouraging them to keep doing what they're doing and are liking what they see so far. All the anger in the room was directed at the board for putting RIM in this hole in the first place.
I liked the Q&A at the end. Rather than get rattled at some barbs aimed right at him, Heins held his cool and answered each question with confidence and aplomb.