a culture is something that you can’t, you can’t so much just, um, you can’t lay one out. You have -- it all comes from the people that you hire. I think one thing that we have always taken a long time to do is hire people. Uh, we’re -- and we -- we - so, I mean, we always try to find people who sort of bring something new to the molecule. We don’t all speak French at lunch, although we do have quite a few Frenchies. Um, but yeah, I mean, for us I think the things that we look for with people are the culture -- the culture as I describe it is that we’re always, we’re a very collaborative, um, studio. And, uh, so a lot of the decisions that we get made are to do with conversations and collaborating and trying things out. We have a lot of ground up working rather than top down. It’s a mix -- it’s a combination. We have like enough top down to keep the ground up focused. But, there are times when we really do like to just let it grow and sort of see what’s, you know, see what, um, see what comes from that. So, yeah, so we’re very, I think we are a combination of sort of very creative and very, um, cultivating of the chaos that is required when you’re wanting to have a creative collaboration with people. But then on the flip side there is then the sort of harsh realities of just the fact that we have to make decisions at times and, I think, you know, like any -- I sometimes refer -- I sometimes kind of think of it as like bands of music and most of the bands that we love we are, ah, you know, really amazing and highly creative and done fantastic things practiced a lot and were really very like professional or even if -- even if they were not, they kind of were. They would turn up to their gigs or they would practice. They were writing songs. They were trying to like keep going. And I think that’s always the thing. Sometimes people hear about Media Molecule and they’re like, “Oh, you’re just like a bunch of wacky, crazy people. And it’s like, well, there is that side and everybody, we like to have that, but at the same time everybody is very dedicated to making things. And that means that we have, you know, you know, all the normal things of like tough reviews, and cutting things, and we can only really -- we’re very bad at having a lot of, um, all the -- you know, the five directors, we’re all very hands on. So that means that we’re not probably the most amazing managers in the world. So, we actually need people who are very good at self-managing and, you know, there’s like, there’s, for all of their good sides there are some flip sides which make it like a kind of tough place to work I think sometimes. But what we really want is people just engage in the jam and sort of bring their -- bring their skill, bring their sort of feather, and then, um, you know, sort of share that with us and then make something and -- and then, you know, when it comes time, ship it.