It is in Migron where Shaul HaMelech and his men were positioned when his son Yonathan made a quick and surprising move against the Plisti'm. Migron was the place that Shaul paused and as he always had done over thought and feared of action. Shaul was the first King of a United Israel and with all of that failed at leadership because he was weak. Dawid and Yonathan were the next generation and they had the basic quality that Shaul was always missing, purpose and faith.
Yes, Shaul was King and he knew intellectually what that meant, but that was never translated into successful action. The crisis of the State of Israel is the crisis of the Kingdom Shaul. It is the lack of an internal realization in a bigger divine purpose than just making a secure Israel. It is why Shaul "tarried" in Migron and it is why Bibi and the regime he represents seems stuck now. The confusion of what to do with the modern day Migron represents the same sort of confusion Shaul and his followers stumbled through. This catharsis in 5772 over whether or not to uproot Israelis from their homes that now are for sure legally purchased has created a malaise in the direction of the once proud Zionist Party, the Likud. Of course this malaise is not new and has been systemic since the beginning of the state. It's what caused Begin to abandon the Atalena and prevented Ben Gurion from applying all of the State's resources to liberating the Old City of Jerusalem in 1948. This same malaise caused the Eshkhol gov't to hand the keys to the Temple Mount over to the Wakf in 1967 as well as being the prime cause behind Begin's relinquishing of the Sinai.
Israel has and still suffers from a lack of defined direction and this is the "Shaul Complex." It is this Shaul Complex which prevents the State from realizing it's divine mandate and it is the Shaul Complex which holds the gov't back from finally erasing Amalek from among us, near and far. Shaul's Kingdom eventually crashed and from within it Dawid rose from a point of gestational expansion to a true actualization of Messianic fulfillment.
What we are watching, which is encapsulated within the Migron debate (no matter how it turns out) is the collapse of the Shaul regime, which has been in power since Begin, if not earlier. With that collapse the true Kingdom and Messianic regime of the ben Dawid will rise.