you do have to let things grow to a certain height. It’s like planting seeds. You know, you need, if you don’t know what the seed is, if you found some seeds on your counter at home and you didn’t know what they were you’d have to plant them to see. And, um, so yeah, I mean, when do you know? Sometimes at the right time, sometimes far too late. Um, I mean, we’ve had experiences where there have been things, directions that we’ve gone down and they’ve really just been rabbit holes that haven’t really -- some of them haven’t been anywhere and some of the rabbit holes we’ve had have actually led us to not doing that but that allowing us to see another opportunity. Or, the cutting of that being like the best thing in the whole world. Um, and we’re always trying to get that cut point right. Um, and I think, you know, this Tearaway project has been really interesting because we’ve had, we explored quite a few ideas thereof, um, I think at one point we were exploring like a kind of procedural GPS world. And it wasn’t the right thing for us to be doing. But we needed to take it a certain way before we all kind of realized, you know, actually that would be cool but it’s not what we -- it’s not what we kind of set out to do. Um, when we, you know, between Mark, and Alex, and Dave, and Kareem and I, we try to keep each other honest in that way. And I think the fact that there’s the five of us and we’re all quite different means that when we speak we kind of talk about what’s going. Is, someone is usually good at having an alarm bell you know of like, “I’m not really sure about whether or not, you know, we should be pursuing this.” And it doesn’t always, we don’t always cut things immediately. We can be quite slow because we kind of want to see if it’s worth it. And sometimes you can -- we’re going to just part it. And because we’re quite creatively led in that way and where it’s, you know, um, I sometimes look around and think, you know, there have been times that I have felt that’s just not working. And then Mark will take it in a direction or Kareem will take it in a direction, or Dave will, which is just magical and you’re like that’s why things need to go. And that’s why sometimes, you know, you can’t just cut things because you’re worried. It’s not quite there yet or it’s taking time. The off pieced things are sometimes the really special things. The whole project can’t be like that, though. And I think that’s the thing is that the balance that we have is that we always make sure that, well, we’re just trying to make sure that there is like a core of things that are just progressing well and we have decisions on. But then there can be tendrils which are exploratory, because they may take, you know, and that’s, yeah, that’s kind of how we do it.