John - Yes, its fantastic, the interesting thing about the Americas Cup is that you cant train for the event, you know all you people out there and writing about it, you get on the boat and it is just so different. Typically when you are training and doing your thing there is no overhead noise, aircraft, etc. and powerboats. The first race of the Americas Cup is just totally different. Firstly, the wash of the spectator boats, the noise, the helicopters and aircraft, the tension, the accolade going out of the dock, it is just fantastic, the sound and sense of atmosphere, and that is just spine-tingling stuff. It is the sort of environment that you never forget and with our Australia II project way back to the send off from Newport, R.I., with Men at Work, "Down Under" thumping out with the biggest loud speakers that we could find to try and quell Dennis Stars & Stripes, all of that was just part and parcel, so its a wonderful thing. Being on the boat is just another world again because you have this wonderful teamwork, guys that you have spent sometimes years with trying to seek perfection of your activity in terms of history for this event and then coming together and the lack of communication, when I say lack of communication, I mean lack of needing to talk because its all just sign language happening in the beautiful way that a team operates at the very highest level, its just a wonderful, wonderful thing to be involved with. I would recommend it to anyone.