Fundamentally, it’s dropping one board, tacking the boat, lifting the other board and coming out still foiling. As I mentioned before, there’s a lot of energy required to get the daggerboard down, and then there’s the timing of the turn and the other things associated with getting the other board up, transferring the load across the boat. There’s a lot to get right to make it happen. There’s no one set way to deal with crew movements. Others do it differently, for example, I’m the first person to cross, but with Oracle, Tom [Slingsby] is the first person and he’s normally grinding.