Gone (or not)
Update: Joe Klein clarifies. McChrystal hasn't officially resigned, but has "offered to resign."
P.S. In response to an emailed question, the reason I decided he had to go was simple. I think someone leading the fight in Afghanistan who badmouths the U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan and the Special Representative to Afghanistan in print doesn't have the judgment necessary to do work that requires political deftness.
Also, I personally felt the article's description of McChrystal's team (which could be misleading) suggested a poor command climate. Everybody in the military bitches about the higher-ups, but, if McChrystal's team really "pride themselves on...disdain for authority," then he's created one unprofessional little personality cult there.