They were mainly concentrated on how they were internally performing business and how the finances were documented, when in reality they should have been concentrating on the communication that takes place between each of the functions of accounting, documenting the accounting, bank information, product validation, and supply and demand, along with customer relationship management. What are your thoughts on this, would you add these protections, although this was not a priority back then today it is, where do you think Trinity would be if they implemented these processes early on? Do you think they would have saved more than the .5 million?