Everyone is always talking now as though, you know, the game space is growing and the audience is growing, and we have more and more players, as though they’re all one thing, you know, and I actually think you see, you know, huge success with games like League of Legends. Uh, and it is the most hardcore game you know, for years, you know, and it’s crushing games that are super accessible and super easy uh, that are also making lots of money. You know, so you have sort of your Farmville on one side, which is super accessible uh, uh, and super forgiving, you know, but really I don’t think it has much of a long tail in terms of an experience. I personally don’t think a lot of people in five years are going to be saying, “Oh, remember those days of playing Farmville.” You know, whereas on the other hand, you have League of Legends, which is inscrutable and nasty to a giant chunk of audience, but they have hundreds of millions of players, who I do believe in five years will be saying, “Wow, we used to play so much League of Legends, that was a great game.” So, it’s kind of picking which audience you’re after, and I think that’s just replicating most media, you know, TV does the same thing, you know, movies do the same thing. Uh, books definitely, magazines, so I think this is a sign of maturity uh, you know, and we need to just acknowledge that you can’t hit everyone all the time.