STEVE: Well, it’s interesting because you had mentioned that it would be nice if I sometime took a look at Parallels, which is the third, you know, major commercial virtual machine offering in the industry. A bunch of people wrote in asking the same thing. It’s like, gee, Steve, you know, now we know how Virtual PC and VMware compare, but what about Parallels? You know, I mean, there it is. And so I thought, you know, better now than later. I’ve got machines with known performance, you know, memory and so forth, that I’ve been comparing the performance of the other guys with. That’s, you know, that’s always a moving target. That’s going to change in a couple of years. So I won’t really have that reference. I’ve got all of the specifics of this stuff in my head right now. So, you know, better now than later, especially when people were saying, hey, you know, what about it? And Parallels just came out with – they’re at Version 2.2. They’re at the release candidate of 2.2 for their PC-side virtual machine platform, which achieves, like, sort of the last little bit of icing on the cake. I mean, it’s some additional really nice features. So I thought, okay, let’s just – we’ll do one more on looking at Parallels, what it offers, how it compares to the others, so that we’ve really got the topic covered, you know, as sort of a checkpoint at this point in time.