I guess, um, mm, it's funny because in Poland, um, game making was really not considered an industry until probably Witcher 2, and Witcher 2's success. It was like a nerdy kind of hobby thing, not even a serious business. I still remember with - with me on cover, when we were talking to banks and they were like, so, so what are you doing? You want to get a loan? What's that? How are you supposed to make money on it? Uh, but we were always saying that, uh, games are art for us. We're telling stories, uh, uh, we are - mm, making beautiful, um, paintings inside of the game. If you look at the Witcher, uh, it really shouldn’t come from me, but even if you look at the - at the community, it's a piece of art. Uh, in terms of environment, character creation, the - depicting the whole world, and at the same time, it's all living and breathing. So, it makes it, uh, even harder. Uh, so this is one part. The second part is the writing. The story writing. This is extremely good writing. The writers are, uh, regularly awarded. So, it's like writing an amazing book that - putting it all together and making it a nonlinear experience is even harder. So, I think it's - it's state of art. We even got one of the most important, uh, Polish awards from Politika. It's a very serious magazine, some like - similar to Economix or Spega in Germany, and on this thing, they - they awarded us, um, the art creator of the year. And, that was amazing. I mean, being appreciated, uh, by the guys for whom games are a novelty, because they’re an older generation, that's - that's great, and I - and I don’t necessarily want gamers to think that they’re buying a piece of art, because we could probably sell a bit less. But, if then they experience it and they learn something new, maybe a bit about our region, about our culture, um, about our legends or fairytales, that's - that's great. And, I think that's - that's really how - how you should interact with art. You should like it or you should like the thing you are looking at or interacting with, and then maybe find out that it's art. Because, the whole art concept at the very beginning can be scary for a lot of people.