A question for you all, I've been thinking about TV show releases that would never ever happen. Daily entertainment programs become one of the key ones. The real problem there is in terms of storage. There is just too much content and too much time needed. I've been thinking of The Daily Show with Jon Stewart which is just loaded with great stuff like celebrity interviews. But they must have over 100 shows a year. They even parodied it themselves, showing a huge mountain of DVDs that could be ordered for the low price of like a million dollars. That brings me to my point. We're relatively close to seeing a final HD-DVD spec. HD-DVD is looking to combine both high capacity discs with much more efficient codecs. This is looked at as necessary to store high def movies, which have such an increase in resolution that standard DVD won't really work. But, if we keep the same resolution as NTSC, those same HD-DVD discs could be a great media choice to place high volume shows such as this. I don't think it is unreasonable to think you couldn't get it down to the same number of discs as you'd find in a DVD TV Season Set (5 to 7). Do you think, assuming that HD-DVD gets some level of adoption, that it might be a method for getting some of this programming into a grubby little hands?