I echo the point a few have made - I can't see us going down with Moyes.
I am definitely more in the pro-Moyes camp than against him (although I do agree that my main argument of 'who replaces him?' highlights a really poor show of ambition) but in the back of my mind, I am assuming that somewhere down the line, after a few (lot?) more years of mid-table finishes and debt repayments on that big season-ticket secured loan, we might be in more of a financially competitive position again.
If that were to be the case, we could either afford to maybe attract someone of a good calibre (who also maybe wouldn't be a complete 'gamble' - unless that's what we wanted) or moyes may actually have some transfer cash that nobody can argue he hasn't earned during his tenure. That said, we need to keep attendances up and improve on the commercial side continually (I reckon we would sell a lot more non-kit stuff if Nike were indeed going to start as our manufacturer) as that debt doesn't seem to be going down depite the big player sales.
So basically, what I'm saying is, keep Moyes if his stability can help us through the financially harsh times in the best possible shape (and assuming this doesn't encourage lower attendances still) - the Alan Curbs/Charlton comparison mentioned above is a brilliant one and defo something I could see happening to us