I think what’s on most people’s mind, and I’ve spoken to most of the teams, I think people will be looking to pull it much more back toward the 45s, which is a large degree of one-design parts to ensure that the racing and the boats are much more similar, to substantially reduce the costs, which is another part, and of course to ensure that the quality of the boats is there when they go to race. I think what we’re seeing here is a large development thing because the 72s really, in hindsight, have arrived too late. All that was done for cost reasons, but it might have not worked the way it was meant to work. What we are seeing now in the Finals is that people are starting to sail these boats pretty well. Yesterday we saw the Oracle boats out there, and we saw ETNZ drop in on them; they look to be sort of similar [he smiles]. We’ve seen great improvement from Luna Rossa, and we saw huge improvement from Artemis in the limited time they had. When you look back at all that, you have to see that people lost a lot of time, whether it was Oracle capsizing—for one reason or another—as happens in every America’s Cup—they run out of time.