Whatever problems Crossgen is experiencing, I think you'd be hard pressed to find any freelancers happy over the collapse of a paying market. If Crossgen collapses those are paying gigs that are gone, probably not to return. - There are only so many jobs to go around and reducing their total number is certainly not in the interest of any comics professional.
Crossgen should of course, live up to its commitments, and should be called on it if they don't. That said, Omar's pathological hatred for Crossgen, expressed in overwrought Nazi comparisons and gloating prayers for their downfall is a little mystifying: why would anyone who claims to have the best interests of freelancers at heart pray for the destruction of hundreds of paying comics jobs?
"Reality has a well known liberal bias."