That part of the class rules is kind of a nice thing. With the Etchells, every morning there’s a debate over tune, sail selection and all of that stuff, but not on this boat. The things that we can tune are the bricks under the rig, our outhaul tension, and our main and jib halyard tensions. We’re constantly playing the things we can. Steve changed how we set up the main and the communications around mainsail trim. The communications were much more structured around where we were with our backstay tension; and that was nonstop. In the midseason, we were primarily focused on targets. With Steve, I was looking around a lot less and much more head-in-the-boat the entire time, looking at the sails, the speedo and the compass. It was clear my job was to keep the boat going as fast as possible. He was really vigilant about communications, exceptional with moding. The second we strayed two-tenths of a knot from the mode we were supposed to be in, he was all over me.