STEVE: Well, and there’s – that is the second part I wanted to bring up is that, you know, the concern around the water cooler, as Dave puts it, is, I mean, this is why all of us oldsters, you know, the old computer guys who’ve been around, were really looking askance for quite a while at this whole notion of, like, giving up one more aspect of control to Microsoft. It used to be that you could, you know, voluntarily download these updates and install them when you wanted to. And, of course, gradually we’ve been moved away from that model to the point now where, you know, the Windows Automatic Update is on, and you are berated if you turn it off, and you’re warned and cautioned, and little shields appear on your taskbar saying, oh, no, you don’t have updates turned on. It’s like, okay, fine, you know, just take care of this for me. So we’ve been incrementally losing more and more control over our system. And so that, you know, thus the water cooler talk. You know, he’s certainly right that we are now victims to what Microsoft chooses to do with our systems. And of course, many corporations deliberately have this stuff off by policy because they want to vet and verify any of these changes that Microsoft makes prior to putting them onto their corporate-wide deployment.