What will we write about when Saab finally (a) gets its essential working capital boost from some deep pocket, long-term-view investor and gets back to building and marketing a passable range of planned new cars, (b) gets swallowed up by a BRIC conglomerate looking for an instant luxury car unit (cf Geely's Volvo; Tata's Jaguar Land Rover) or (c) does an MG Rover and finally goes under, leaving thousands facing early retirement or the dole and a factory site ripe for redevelopment?