STEVE: Oh, it’s so simple. It’s just a matter of sitting down; and, I mean, there’s nothing I want to do more than to say, okay, I get to start on something new. Now, there’s three - at least three patents are going to come out of this. One of them I already started. In fact, one of them is finished, done, submitted. I’ve got serial numbers and so forth. And to give people an idea, I mean, to answer our second, Rick’s question, like some of idea of what it’s going to be. First of all, it can be anything we want. I mean, my intention is that it is an incredibly easy-to-use VPN product that, for example, supports the YubiKey natively, supports Perfect Paper Passwords natively, supports OpenID. It has a fundamental TNO, the Trust No One model, so that there’s no third-party involved. So, for example, in our first questioner’s instance, you’d be able to run your copy of CryptoLink at home, and you’d also be able to have it on your laptop. And so your laptop would connect to your home. And then your home would reissue the traffic coming from our laptop out onto the network. So it’d be like your own personal hotspot VPN, with the advantage being that your traffic is decrypted only at your home, not at some central point like on a TOR node or at a hotspot VPN that might tend to be a magnet for people who want to do traffic analysis to see, oh, who’s using the system for what purposes to encrypt their traffic? So it’ll do that.