We've watched these boats sail for a long time now and they never fail to inspire awe in anyone who sees them when they come by close. When we've been out on the support boats during training for example, they come by doing 40 knots on the foils and pass about 1 foot away from the front of our boat, everybody on the boat, whether they've been designing these things for the past three years or they've never seen it before will say they are the most beautiful sight in sailing. It's awe inspiring, it's kind of scary, it's kind of wonderful all at the same time, and to see two boats at that level side by side racing where the first to blink will lose. You can go from a comfortable lead to behind in the blink of an eye. That to me is the most thrilling type of sailing to watch. Right now it feels like they're on the edge of all times and anything could happen. Add to that, the boats are being sailed differently, the teams are different, the approach to the racing—no one really knows how to close race these boats—the guys are changing their strategies and tactics every day. To me, with a long time involvement in the America's Cup, it's exciting.