I think that’s the reason that we’ve been successful. It’s not just buying the company. Sure, we picked the right companies, we picked the right management and we’ve given them the right incentive to perform. But most importantly, we’ve had the management have the right incentives. Management has been an owner, management has had their own equity on the line. They have something at risk. I always like to refer to many managers in corporate America as the renters of the corporate assets, not the owners. “Where have the Carnegies and the Mellons and the Rockefellers gone?” A lot of them are gone. Our concept is to bring that back. To bring back that ownership. If you have something at risk, you think differently. If you go out and rent an Avis rental car, and you put a scratch on it, you are not going to be that happy, but it’s not going to really upset you that much. What you really want to do is get back to the Avis counter before they see the scratch. Whereas if you own your own car, and you put a scratch in that car, you are going to be out there polishing it, and making sure that scratch is gone. You are going to take extra special care. Exactly the same concept if you own the company, if you have your own money at risk.