And as we already know, the farther down the list we go of potential shows that remain unreleased the more obscure the shows becomes from a name recognition standpoint. From an industry perspective most of what probably remains are either titles harder to clear, titles with lower marketability, and titles probably too expensive to transfer based on return on investment. So yes, it is what it is, the slowdown was inevitable. As for B/W shows I can see Warner's still working to clear the detective series and releasing a few other lost gems here and there, but like every one else there is probably more marketability for Warner's left in the 70's and 80's then what remains in the 50's and 60's, so I would expect more future releases to go that route. I, like I'm sure many others, are probably still very surprised about what we did manage to get more than what remains to be had. I wouldn't be surprised if TV releases have actually done better in the long run that classic B/W movie releases when you consider the number of B/W movies that still remain unreleased between the 20's through 50's. I know this year I have picked up probably 9 new releases, and back filled another 6 or 8 releases from Warner's.