If you look at any art form, most artists I know would never try to claim that they could individually revolutionize an art form because they're just so individually brilliant. Rather, I think that most artists understand and believe that they are building incrementally on that which has come before- even when it appears that there has been a big, what we call, art-style upheaval, to the individual artist, they probably had some inklings of pieces of it that they picked up from other artists that may not have become popular, but they found a way to express it and they found a way to refine it, and they found a way to ultimately popularize it. So everyone builds on what has come before. That being said, I think that all artists are also striving to find their breakthrough, striving to not just regurgitate all the, the best, the hit list of things they like best of their previous authors or things they were fans of in the past. But rather really try to do something that they perceive as fresh and original, even if it's incremental. And of course, in our industry, we have the additional advantage that periodically there's a technological revolution that enables what really does feel like, you know, radical new thinking going into it, but even without the technology, you know, I would like to believe that I've seen it many times and even think that I've participated in quiet little revolutions into what can or should be done in this art form.