As of late Friday, about 46% of the readers that took our poll thought that Goldman's Facebook investment plan was particularly dumb. First it was reported that Goldman passed on taking a direct stake in the social networking site because its head of private equity thought the investment placed too high a value on the company. Now Goldman is planning on taking in additional investments from wealthy clients while officially being classified as just one investor. Its apparently moving ahead with its decision to set up an investment vehicle with the help of Digital Sky, a Russian Internet conglomerate. Digital Sky is owned by Alisher Usmanov, who is typically portrayed by the Russian media as an "oligarch" whose Internet properties comingle mining and lumber. The Wall Street Journal reports that Goldman will collect an upfront fee of 4% in addition to a 5% share on any investment gains, as well as a possible "private-placement fee" between 2% and 4% for arranging the deal. Given the reported size of the investment of $1.5 billion, the investment could result in a maximum fee of $195 million.