I think though that something we’re going to confront more and more as we move forward is what is -- what is a useful or-or intelligent, or-or positive uh, use of systems, and what is an abusive use of systems. I certainly don’t think that if your only goal is to-to just uh, make money, that you’re-you’re doing very much to progress the system. You know, we joke often that uh, there’s a reason why, even though they have directives and producers and actors, there’s no Academy Award for pornography, you know, even though on their basic structural, you know, description, they’re an identical medium, and that’s because movies made a decision to say these sorts of experiences are outside of what we consider worthwhile. And I think we’re going to have to do the same with video games, and I don’t think it’s going to be pornography that’s our problem. I think it’s going to be more akin to gambling. You know, and if we have a system that is essentially a poker machine that’s tricking people out of their money, then that is not a business that I want to be part of. And I think we’re going to have to be much clearer at sort of do they get to be at GDC? You know, do we want to celebrate them, even though they’re making piles of cash. Uh, I think it’s going to be uh, an interesting time for the business.