You clearly have your opinion, though I expect it is not shared by the majority of the community. I don't think the size of the money involved ever justifies micromanagement. The very real costs of micromanagement exceed the risks of bad decision-making from skilled individuals in most instances, and surely in our case that would be true. This is why stockholders in even the world's largest corporations don't micromanage the companies they own. Instead, they delegate decision making to a management team and replace them if they are ineffective.In case the money is a lot, micromanagement is required.