Though Research In Motion (RIMM +6.3%) bounced on a report IBM is interested in its data services arm, many are skeptical RIM, which reportedly wants to wait until BB10 ships before making sale decisions, will agree to unload the business, estimated to be worth $2B (~$4/share) by some. "It would be like removing one of your most important organs," says a Frost & Sullivan analyst. Fair enough, but how much is the rest of the body worth at this point? Update: The WSJ reports RIM is looking to sell its NewBay mobile content unit, acquired last year for $100M. Chances are they'll take a loss.