Yeah, I - yeah one thing I've learned just from watching kids in our focus tests is I'll see a kid playing in a particular level doing the same thing over and over again, running around circles in the space. And I'm thinking, does he know what he's doing? Does he know where he's going? And so, then someone will go over and check and the kid's like oh, I'm just having fun. You know, I'm just - just playing, you know. And I think that a lot of kids just tend to, um, be more open. They don't necessarily are as goal driven as us adults, so they're not thinking about what's my next objective. They're just playing. And that's something that, um, I think you know, we have to think about when we develop these games is creating these play fields or these environments where we just let people play, and we're not always putting them on task.