Buddy: That’s good because he is able to see the little things. There might be a new thing about where you put your left foot every time you start a tack, and in that boat, it seems like it’s critical to get that little extra shot you’re looking for coming out of a tack, because the boats probably lose more than a keelboat would on a tack. To be able to go in and come out fast without slamming the boat crossways on the water. Theoretically, a tack is in increments, squeezing, going through the eye of the wind, and then going down, and the same time, the sails are coming in and going out. As I said before, and always stress, the more time you spend in the boat, the less thinking has to go in about the boat, and all of a sudden, your mind is out in front of the boat and you’re always presenting it to Mother Nature, and when you do that properly, she’s good to you.