I really don't like when they start adding up the perks, such as corperate club membership, and transportation and making that part of their salary. Though, I think much of it is considered salary when tax time comes around.
The stock gains, are not really salaries, thought they present a much bigger problem for me. These guys work the system, buying and selling their company stock to make a profit, frequently on the backs of the employees. Who knows when a stock is going to go up better than the CEO? Who can affect the stock by buying or selling more than the largest shareholders.