Okay, with all of these mergers of the ECN's going on, it seems that they are collectively rebelling against Nasdaq and the upcoming release of Supermontage. I am trying to get a handle on the future landscape of the market. Will we have a world where you can execute your order on the Island/Inca exchange or the Arca/Redi exchange or the Nasdaq Supermontage exchange? If so, I wonder how the landscape will be? Will executions improve or will less visibility and proactive executions happen? It seems that Redi is not participating in Supermontage because of its merger (at least so far) and Supermontage will take over Supersoes and Selectnet. Redi traditionally has a proactive feature in order executions and if they won't be on a nonexistent Supersoes or Marketmaker proactive logic, then what? Do you expect a drawdown in execution quality with all of these players in the short-term while things get organized and decisions are made among all of these ECN's and players? I mean, there are so many issues that are at play here. With the Redi-Acra merger, Redi has odd-lot rules that consist of not breaking up an even-lot order to fill an incoming odd-lot order, they only do exact matches in their book. Arca on the other hand- fills anything, even or odd against anything else. They are combining books, so then what? Basically, what are your views on matters and do any of you have any questions about the future landscape yourselves. Thanks.