The stuff I saw indicated to me that the bankruptcy and the issues dealt with during the bankruptcy period necessitated an enormous amount of legal and accounting and valuation work.

Legal and accounting and other professional services totaled $242 million - that includes fees billed by those assisting creditor committees.

That is less than 3.5 percent of the $6.7 billion in debts dealt with in the bankruptcy. Seems reasonable to me.

And certainly less than a bankruptcy trustee would charge up here.