Anyone care to take a stab at what the MIP factor will be this year? My guess is a .5 - .9 but no higher. Corporate wont eliminate it completely because it means a reduction in pay for all MIP participants. That along with the 401k cut, no raises, and reduced healthcare might cause people to leave at the first chance. I think they will keep the MIP at a low token level just to make it appear like it might come back one day. Think "dangling carrot the horse will never get" Any other predictions? Any inside info?