There are definitely good things and bad things [with the U.S. system]. I do really well whenever it’s shifty conditions, like I did at Worlds. I finished second at Europeans as well, with kind of shifty conditions like you normally have in college venues. But, earlier this year I started working with a new coach and he was criticizing me a lot for [being] too much of a college sailor at times. So it has its good things and bad things. You get really good at the small things. You know, a lot of tacking, a lot of starting, mark roundings, and all that stuff is really important at the end of the day.