Europe’s big fat Greek crisis is heading for its crunch moment. Five years of haggling and half-deals are coming to a head. The question is simple: can Greece and its paymasters kiss and make up, and secure an agreement that will keep the country inside the euro-zone and inside the EU? The answers are elusive: Greece has run out of money, its creditors have run out of patience, and even journalists have run out of cliches and metaphors to describe the never-ending saga. So what is the best outcome? An orderly, planned Grexit? Some sudden largesse from the German-led euro-zone? Or another fudge?