Today, Time Warner's board is meeting to discuss which of its two suitors it prefers for the stake of AOL that Time Warner wants to sell off. The rumor mill says that AOL will be reconstituted as a 50/50-ish partnership with either Microsoft or Google/Comcast. The outcome will be interesting for the press and the players. It may not make much difference to AOL's customers. But money will change hands and more ink will be spilled dissecting the final arrangement. The best coverage to date has come from David Vise at the Washington Post. In particular, take a look at the great graphic the Washington Post ran last Sunday, summarizing the strengths and weaknesses of AOL's suitors.