What do you think the difference is between a game and a sport? I think a game becomes a sport that the individual way that you play within the rules is an obvious personal expression. So earlier when I talked about the individual batting stance of a baseball player, it goes from being a game to a sport when I can tell how Ted Williams plays the game versus somebody else. And how that works in our busness is- I think it was in 1996 or 1996, they had an EA Sports convention and I get to be Elder Stateman, that's really my real job. I gave about a 60 minute conversation of why I thought that Quake was a sport. And fundamentally the reason that I came down to at the end of the day was I showed them a piece of video that had Kill Creek and...can't remember the other player's name at the time, but he was really one of the best players there was. And they were playing with their obvious skins and they played about a two minute thing, you know, if you saw people who were great at Quake, it was like watching athletics. What people could do was amazing. And they had, to accommodate somebody, proven that- I think Kill Creek wanted to show that she could play on a keyboard, not just on her funky controller, and so they traded skins. And you could, in five frames, tell who was who in spite of the fact that they were wearing the other's skin. The fact that that was true meant that their individual expressions as a player were obvious to you even if you couldn't perceive or express how they were different; once that is true, you have gone from being a game to a sport.