Really interesting analysis of the Steve Jobs options thing in Fortune. Geoff Colvin, who is a former colleague and super smart, says that while he can't prove Jobs is innocent of options chicanery, he CAN prove that Jobs didn't manipulate his pay package to get richer. How? Colvin says he's done the math and concludes that Jobs, by exchanging his options for restricted stock in 2003, left a gigantic amount of money on the table. His restricted stock is worth about $900 million. His options, had he held onto them would be worth $3.6 billion.